Android 11 tests separating the Quick Settings panel from the notification shade (Video inside)

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As Mishaal shows on his Google Pixel 2 Xl running Android 11 Developer Preview 1, Android 11 is trying a component that isolates the Quick Settings dropdown from the Notification Panel dropdown, permitting you to rapidly hop into either relying upon which side of the status bar you pull down from. In the video, you can recognize a white line on the status bar showing the purpose of detachment — swiping down from the left of this line will pull down the warning shade, while swiping down from the privilege of this line will pull down the Quick Settings board. On the off chance that your goal is to get to the Quick Settings board, this will smooth out your experience by dispensing with the twofold swipe that is at present expected to get to them.

As is clear from the video, this element is still particularly a Work-in-Progress. The notices don’t adjust themselves appropriately to the head of the warning shade, and the Quick Settings board has an odd line where the notices would typically show up. This element is in this manner not accessible for flipping as a matter of course and should be physically enacted.

One hypothesis with this UI test is that Google could be giving it a shot nearby other UI tests on the Quick Settings board and Notification Shade, for example, incorporating music controls in the Quick Settings board rather than the Notification board. It could likewise be attached to the committed Conversation see in the Notification Shade, and combined with the previously mentioned music controls change, can be viewed as an endeavor to clean up the Notification Shade and improve the general understanding.

On the off chance that you have been around the custom ROM scenes in the time of Gingerbread and Ice Cream Sandwich, you would understand this isn’t actually another component. I for one had utilized this element on Touchwiz-put together custom ROMs based with respect to Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread just as on vigorously changed CyanogenMod assembles that depended on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Apparently Google has now taken motivation from custom ROMs for this UI test, however at this stage, there’s no assurance that this element will advance toward the last arrival of Android 11.

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