Android 12 double-tap feature would include the ability to adjust the sensitivity to only recognise "firm" taps.
Looks like Columbus will be a handy feature for Pixel users and it would be great if Google could make it programmable for more actions. You should also be able to disable it altogether if you don't fancy double-tapping the back of your phone.
"Google may or may not ever ship these features, and our interpretation of what they are maybe imperfect", says the report.
A certified Android device is one that Google has officially deemed secure. Like other gesture functions on Android, the double faucet aspect could also be disabled completely, the 9to5Google report further stated. I'd like to be able to access my photos right from my Files app and I'd love for the web-based Google Photos to get all the editing tools the Android app has. The previously presented split screen feature will become much more useful with Android 12. That means that its phones can not use Google software including the licensed version of Android.
A relatively identical gesture was expanded to the iPhone with the discharge of iOS 14, which Apple names as Back Tap - the shortcut can be edited to seize a screenshot, go to Control Center, and more.
Android There is a new secret function provided by Google for mobile phones around the world, which has been revealed for some time, but the United States company has so far avoided offering it.
In case Google obeys the similar plan as previous year, then we might watch a particular creator preview of Android 12 as ahead as in month of February. Consequently, the full version of Android 12 should start rolling out to Pixel devices by the second half of the year.