Google today released Android 11 Developer Preview 3 for Pixel models. This update brings a lot of improvements to the system. You can browse the updated content below to obtain relevant information:
Top fixes to developer-reported issues
The following developer-reported issues were fixed in Developer Preview 3:
- Calling the
KeyGenerator.init()method no longer crashes with an
- There is no longer a delay for playing the corresponding sound when locking or unlocking a device (Issue #149975678).
App compatibility changes
The following changes related to app compatibility are included in Developer Preview 3:
- Greylist restrictions that were temporarily relaxed on a small number of methods used by OkHttp and related SDKs have been reinstated. If you are using OkHttp for your app, you should update to the latest version.
- Starting in Developer Preview 3, apps targeting Android 11 that require access to device phone numbers must now request the
READ_PHONE_NUMBERSpermission, rather than the
READ_PHONE_STATEpermission. Apps that are targeting Android 10 (API level 29) or lower can still access phone numbers by requesting