Android Q Beta you uncheck the option to install unknown applications after use

Android Q Beta you uncheck the option to install unknown applications after use


To improve the security of its mobile operating system, Google could have launched a major change in Android Q to be able to install applications from the unknown sources.

two years Ago, Or Android changed the way of being able to install unknown applications, adding the permission “to Install unknown applications” to each application, and not the whole operating system, so that you could only install APK files the licensed application by us. Well, it seems that Google has taken a step further with Android Q.

Both Android Q Beta 1 and Android Q Beta 2 permission “to Install unknown applications” is turned off automatically after you install an APK, so if we want to go back to manually install an APK you have to re-enable this option.

how A security enhancement or a bug?

Android Q Unknown Sources

In Android Q Beta 1 it was thought that it would be a failure but to persist with that behavior in Android Q Beta 2 already looks like it could be one of the new features that Google could be testing for the final version of Android Q.

it May be that Google wants to always show the security warning to users to inform them of the risks they take, and that you always have to authorize such a permit, making the process more slow and annoying.

The problem that we found with this change, that of not being an error, is that the current interface or the notification message of Android Q Beta makes it clear that the option will be disabled after install that APK. The current behavior is more of a bug than a new feature.

If this is not a bug and it is confirmed that it is a novelty of Android Q we found a significant problem with the alternative shops, since the user should activate that permission from the Android settings every time you want to download or update an app or game from the Amazon App Store, Aptoide or cia. Google might have problems with antitrust regulators in that case.

Via | 9to5Google

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Android Q Beta you uncheck the option to install unknown applications after use
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April 4, 2019


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