The Cached Apps feature also appeared in Android 11 beta version. However the update does not exist yet. According to the latest code source of Android 11, it freezes Google Apps to increase battery life.
Google is testing a new feature to improve battery life in Android 11. Earlier this feature also appeared in Android 11 beta version. However the update does not exist yet. According to the latest code source of Android 11, it freezes Google Apps to increase battery life. The developers have said that due to the Cache freeze, now as before the app cannot be opened back soon. Not only is this feature live but it is also enabled by default.
When the battery saving feature will reach the users – the situation has not been cleared yet. According to Android 11 source code, the catch unfreezes back only after the apps freeze. When the catch is removed. Freeze apps cannot use any CPU cycle. This works to reduce energy consumption while running a catch app.
Previously, the Cached Apps- Cached Apps feature was seen in Pixel 3 and Pixel 4 phones of Android 11 source code. User u / JayYouTea notes that developers can disable the feature, but they do not want Android 11 to eliminate catch apps. This is why they are allowed to switch between apps without rebooting each time. For this, users have to go from the settings to the system on the developers program. After this, you have to go to the Advance and Developer option. After this, Suspend Execution from cached Apps has to be turned on.
in the past, Google has done such a test- Last month, there was also a report that Google is working on a plan to bring Extreme Battery Saver in Pixel 5. When this feature is enabled, Android will pause all apps. Apart from this, location and Bluetooth scanning will also be stopped. Screen time will be up to 30 seconds. According to the news, the battery will be able to run for 48 hours with the Extreme Battery Saver.