Android 11 R New Feature Leaked, Google Allow Bluetooth To Turn-on On Airplane Mode
Android 10 was officially released on September 3, 2019, and some devices have received this update at this time. However, Google starts working on the next Android 11 R and is expected to release its first beta in March next year. The latest news comes from the developer XDA luca020400, who has discovered a new feature in Gerrit’s Android AOSR called “Context-aware Bluetooth airplane mode” on Gerrit’s AOSP.
If you currently turn on airplane mode on Android, cellular, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth will be completely deactivated. So you can’t enjoy your favorite music if a Bluetooth headset is connected to your Android phone. Now it looks like Google will fix this crap from flight mode on Android with the release of the next operating system Android 11 R.
The following is found luca020400 in Gerrits commitment:
Do not turn off Bluetooth On Android 11 R
Do not turn off Bluetooth automatically when Airplane Mode is activated and Bluetooth is in one of the following situations:
- Bluetooth A2DP is connected.
- Bluetooth Hearing Aid profile is connected.
For the unexpected, “A2DP” stands for Advanced Audio Distribution Profile and is used on most Bluetooth headsets and streaming media headsets. This is a Bluetooth stereo profile that determines how high-quality stereo audio can be transferred from one device to another via Bluetooth.
The engagement has not yet been combined, but we can expect to be released in the next major update for Android 11 R. It is not clear whether Bluetooth will remain automatically activated for smart watches or fitness, as stated that media devices must do this either through A2DP or profile profiles hear on Android 11 R.
However, you can adjust the airplane mode if you are familiar with ADB. But it is not for everyone. If Google comes with this feature in the next major operating system upgrade, this can make a big difference for those who use many airplane modes and Bluetooth.