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Next Edition Of Android Might Indicate End Of Voice-Recording Apps

We already are aware that Google rolls a new version of Android OS each year and in 2018 as well the ritual will be similar. The search behemoth is anticipated to roll out Android P in the OS industry. Even though nothing is authorized about the fresh OS variant, we might have got our initial clue on one of the functions that will be coming in Android P.

As noted by Neowin, number of lines or commits of codes in the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) are looked with the term “call recording tone.” This is defined as a frequency tone with a capacity of 1400Hz that is claimed to repeat itself after each 15 Seconds while the recording of the call is in progress.

Next Edition Of Android Might Indicate End Of Voice-Recording Apps

Also cited is that the 3rd party will also be allowed to listen to the tone post 15 Seconds. The function is claimed to be involved so as to meet authoritarian compliance needs. Some codes also represent that operators can select to turn off this function. So does the addition of this new function indicates end of apps used for voice recording.

For the last few years, Google has been rolling out the first developer beta of the upcoming Android version in March, pursued by an authorized roll out at Google IO and finally the concluding OTA launch by October with the roll out of new Pixel handsets. We anticipate the same sequence of events for the launch and unveiling of Android P.

We are still a handful of months away from Google I/O event of this year, the search major has already began marketing the event. The initial promotion for the Google I/O of this year arrive a couple of days back in the shape of a tweet, which resulted in a cluster of puzzles. Resolving them unveiled the venue and date of the event.

The event, similar to the previous time will happen in Mountain View, CA at Shoreline Amphitheatre. The event is scheduled to start on May 8, 2018, and will end on May 10, 2018.

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