Android P is already getting people excited to try out all its features. From what we know, Google is supposed to fully unveil Android P at the I/O 2018 conference. Since this is the first OS coming out from Google, we cannot wait to see what it can do and how well it can perform.
Bluetooth for Android P
This news was confirmed by XDA Developers who found out that the OS is going to feature a Bluetooth device volume memory. We do not know for sure if this feature is going to be fully implemented in the final version of the OS but it seems unlikely that it would not be. Call us old-fashioned but we think that if you spend so much time working on a feature that is going to be in full use then it would not seem logical not to include it in the final version. Unless something goes wrong with it, a glitch or a bug, but we hope that it would not come to that.
Yes, we know, having a fully implemented Bluetooth feature is not so uncommon and so surprising to almost anyone but this is very useful for our day to day activities. For one, trying to switch from one Bluetooth device to another when sharing music can be a bit annoying since the volume will probably change and set it up again takes a bit of time, even if it is just a minute or so. This feature plans to fix that.
If there are people out there that cannot wait to have this feature, the Play Store is here to help you out. There is an app there called Bluetooth Volume Control that does just that. Even better, it is available for all Android devices that have Android 4.4 and above.