You can now save your favorite wallpapers on Android 11
Android 11 is finally here, but it’s not without its issues.
With it, Android now comes with a handful of new apps, and the latest update to Android Lollipop means you can save your favourite wallpapers in the cloud.
We’ve got the full rundown of what you can do with Android 11, but here’s a rundown of some of the features that are missing in the update: * Wallpapers in Cloud If you want to keep your wallpaper and wallpaper themes in sync, you’ll have to open up the Android Settings app.
The default app is Google Photos, but you can set up your own.
Then tap the ‘Back up and restore’ option to back up your settings.
* Google Play Music On Android 11 you can now download music from Google Play, and then store it on your device.
The new music app will show up in the Music app drawer on your home screen, but this is a feature you can enable in the settings.
To turn it on, head to the Music Settings.
* Customizing Your Lock Screen If you’re a fan of the Android Lock screen, you can tweak it now.
You can tweak your lock screen to show the latest news and notifications, your Google Calendar appointments, and more.
In Android 11 it’s now possible to disable Google Assistant.
You’ll need to turn it off from the Settings app in Android Settings, and if you do that you’ll be asked to turn the lock screen off again.
* Notification Center In Android Lollies Lollipop, Android has been designed around notifications.
But in Android 11 notifications are now available through the Notification Center, instead of being delivered via the main notification app.
This means that, for example, if you open up your Calendar app and there’s a notification there, it’ll appear on your lock panel.
But if you close the Calendar app, it will disappear.
You will still see your notifications there, but in a more streamlined way.
* Battery Saver If you’ve got a battery of Android 11 that you want drained, you’re in luck.
Android 11 now lets you turn off battery savers, and to turn this feature on you’ll need a phone charger that’s compatible with Android Lollys Battery Saving Mode.
If you don’t have one of these, you should get one in the coming weeks.
* More Google Search The Google Search app has received some updates, too.
You’re now able to search for words by title and synonyms, as well as by subject.
You also get suggestions from the search box on the left side of the screen.
If Google Search isn’t showing up in your search results, try searching for it using the Google Search widget in the Settings screen.
* You can also use Google Photos in Google Play Now has also received some new features, including support for new camera app and a revamped camera app.
There’s also support for a new camera widget in Android 10.
If the app doesn’t work for you, you could try out Camera in Settings > Camera.
* If you use Android Pay, you may have to install a new version of Android.
If so, make sure you install it to the device you’re using.
The latest Android Pay app is now included in Android 12, but before that, you might need to uninstall the app in order to get the most out of Android 12.
* Android Pay is also now available in the Google Play Store.
To check if it’s installed, open up Settings > About phone > Software updates.
Once installed, it should be enabled in the app drawer, and once it’s enabled, it’s always accessible from the notification center.
* A few other updates for Android 11 include a new widget in Google Search, a new wallpaper app, and a new calendar app.
For more information on these new features and the rest of the new updates, head over to the Google News UK page.
Android 12 Android 11 can be downloaded now from the Google Store, but the final version is set to be released in the next few weeks.