Android 11 may bring a smarter airplane mode

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    It won't turn off your Bluetooth if you're listening to music.

    What you need to know

    • Android 11 may bring a nifty little change to airplane mode.
    • Spotted on the AOSP Gerrit, the smarter airplane mode won't automatically turn Bluetooth off.
    • Instead, it'll look to see if you're currently using Bluetooth connectivity to decide if it should turn off the radio.

    Your plane's on the tarmac and the cabin crew's barking at you to turn off all electronic devices. You begrudgingly turn airplane mode on your phone on and...suddenly that awesome Beyonce album you were listening to stops serenading your ears. What happened? Airplane mode turned off the Bluetooth radio on your phone, leaving your awesome new You must be registered for see links bereft of anything to play.

    Thankfully, Google's making a change to how airplane mode works with Android 11 that'll make listening to music on flights just that tiny bit easier. Spotted by You must be registered for see links, a new You must be registered for see links shows the company's engineers working on a 'context-aware Bluetooth airplane mode', the details of which read as follows:


    Do not automatically turn off Bluetooth when airplane mode is turned on and Bluetooth is in one of the following situations: 1. Bluetooth A2DP is connected. 2. Bluetooth Hearing Aid profile is connected.

    Bluetooth A2DP is the protocol used by wireless earbuds and other Bluetooth devices to connect to your smartphone. By looking out for whether this protocol is engaged, Android smartphones in the future could automatically detect whether you're listening to music and spare the phone's Bluetooth radios from airplane mode's indiscriminate loathe of wireless gizmos. Perhaps even more importantly, if you're hearing-impaired, you won't have to lose your thingamajig Bluetooth hearing aids while on flights.

    It's unclear when the revamped airplane mode will grace Android smartphones, but it'll most likely roll out with the next version of Android. In case you haven't been paying attention, that'll be called just Android 11, You must be registered for see links like the Android releases of yore.

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