Trash cans in Android 12 could allow you to store restore or permanently delete files
Trash cans in Android 12 could allow you to store restore or permanently delete files

It may be time to start getting things done on your Android phone. We’re talking about taking out the trash. On PCs, including Windows and Macs, Android 12 may seem to add a Recycle Bin, which can be used to store files you don’t need or want before permanently deleting them.

This is indicated by code discovered in XDA’s latest Android 12 Developer Preview Google is preparing to add a recycle bin feature for Android 12 so that users can restore files that have been removed from an Android phone. A screenshot of a hidden Recycle Bin in the Files from Google app shows that users can also see how much Recycle Bin is in the can before permanently deleting it. Any files that remain in the can for 30 days will be thrown permanently.

Additionally, Google seems to add an entry to the storage menu in Android 12 (the settings > warehouse) called Trash, which pops up a box when you type. This field shows how much Recycle Bin is in the Recycle Bin and allows users to permanently delete all files in the Recycle Bin. It is unknown whether users can restore the files in the Recycle Bin as they should with the folder in the Files From Google app.

Currently, most of the recycle bin files in Android are hidden by file managers and placed in the same directory they were originally found in, rather than being moved to a system-wide recycle bin. XDA notes that it does not appear that such a system-wide trash / trash folder will be available with Android 12. However, Google is apparently planning to make Recycle Bin a bigger business in Android 12.

We should learn more about Trash during the Google I / O virtual developers conference, which is slated to begin on May 18th. BTW, if you want to buy a new Android phone this year, These are the models that we think are the best.


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