We all know very well that the tech giant Google officially announced the Android 9.0 Pie in August of this year 2018, and from that date, the tech giant Google has been constantly carrying out some updates and tests simply to polish and make its latest version of Android perfect. Now, according to the latest reports, the tech giant Google accidentally enabled battery saver on Android Pie devices.
Google Accidentally Launched An Awesome New Feature For Android
The tech giant Google officially announced the Android 9.0 Pie in August of this year 2018, and from that date, the tech giant Google has been constantly carrying out some updates and tests simply to polish and make its latest version of Android perfect.
This version is available for the tech giant Google’s Pixel smartphones and other smartphones with support for Android P beta. Recently users with this system have verified that the battery saving mode has been activated at one time or another.
But, the most strange and interesting thing about this case is that the tech giant Google itself has already come to the public simply to say that this feature is accidentally activated by the tech giant Google itself, hence it is the clear fault of Google.
Surely you have heard that someone can remotely access your device and make changes or simply steal information. Many do not believe in such a situation, not least because the Android system is apparently secure but the tech giant Google itself has remotely altered, in an “accidental” way, an option in the user system.
According to several users who already have the Android 9.0 Pie on their smartphone, the battery saving option was activated by the tech giant Google without any intervention from the user.
However, the tech giant Google has already come to blame, saying it was an “accident” and that it was due to an experimental “t”.
Here is what the tech giant Google stated “Hi all, some of you may have noticed that battery saver turned on automatically today. This was an internal experiment to test battery saving features that were mistakenly rolled out to more users than intended. We have now rolled battery saver settings back to default. Please configure to your liking. Sorry for the confusion.”
Although this is only a minor change, but, this situation raises a number of issues regarding the tech giant Google’s “powers” and user privacy with the tech giant Goog;e’s most used mobile operating system, of course, Android. For now, there is the only information that was published on Reddit but it is expected that the tech giant Google gives more information about what happened.
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