This feature is intended to help get your most important applications up and running as quickly as possible on a new device.
Moving from one Android phone to another phone is not very easy, especially when switching brands.
The situation has improved in recent years, with more apps and settings supporting a seamless transition.
But the whole process takes a few steps and a long time out of your day, especially when most of your old apps are installed one by one, hence the user must log in manually.
Google engineers described the “installation tips” feature as a way for app stores, such as the Google Play Store, to define which translator filter should be used in dex2oat when installing new apps in bulk, such as the setup or restore process.
Dex2oat is a translator that takes the APK file and creates the assembly elements that Android Runtime loads upon installation, helping to speed up app loading times.
And during the phone recovery process, the application store can send a tag to the dex2oat translator, so that some important applications can be installed more quickly, at the expense of optimization, which may happen the next time the application is updated.
And based on your app’s installation and usage history, it won’t be difficult for the previously installed app store to determine which apps you use most often.
Depending on the device you have, the app store will have a predefined set of apps that it knows are absolutely essential for functionality, such as: Google Play services and other manufacturers’ software services.
These applications may be prioritized during the bulk install process, at the expense of first-run optimization.
As a user who installs a bunch of apps on a new phone, the App Store will be able to prioritize the apps it knows you have used the most on your newly used device.
And if you use WhatsApp a lot, the App Store installs the app more quickly, so you can start by logging into the apps that are useful to you.
As for the apps you use less often, they can be installed and optimized as normal.
The amount of time this feature saves to the user is unknown, but it can save time on older or slower phones that download hundreds of apps.
The amount of time the feature saves depends on how many apps are considered important and how many apps are restored in the first place.
In the event that this feature is integrated within the next few months, it is assumed to see it available for application stores in Android 12, according to “the Arab portal for technical news.”
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