Google is planning an app hibernation feature for Android 12

However, it is not yet known whether the opportunity will be ready by the time of release.

Just nearly 4 months ago, on September 8, 2020, the latest release of Android, Android 11, was released, but based on development logs, we will soon be able to gain insight into what’s new in Android 12.

One of these could be the app hibernation feature, which is a very useful option for those who don’t use multiple apps regularly for extended periods of time.

Anyway, some new posts from the Android Open Source Project, or AOSP for short, suggest that Android 12 is already planned to support hibernation. The main purpose of this is to minimize the space and resource requirements of unused applications.

The PermissionController code would be able to determine which applications would be worth hibernating.

No details are yet known about the new feature, but we can expect the first Android 12 Developer Preview in the near future to gain more detailed insight into the new operating system.

Android 11’s first Developer Preview was on February 19, 2020, so we can expect official information about 12 as early as next month.

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