Phones running Android 15 can "catch illness" when encountering errors

Android 15 will have a new breakthrough with self-diagnosis of phone problems.

Android 15 is expected to bring a groundbreaking feature, allowing users to self-diagnose problems on their phones without having to go to a service center.

According to Android Authority editor Mishaal Rahman, the new "Device Diagnostics" feature was discovered in beta 3 of Android 15, providing two options including Component health and Evaluation mode.

Android 15 will have a feature to self-diagnose phone health.

Android 15 will have a feature to self-diagnose phone health.

With Component health, users can run manual tests to evaluate battery, memory, and even touchscreen health. This feature will display different color screens so users can easily detect dead spots or display errors.

Meanwhile, Evaluation mode allows users to use one device to test another device, opening up the possibility of convenient remote technical support.

Although this feature has not been officially confirmed by Google, it is expected to be a useful tool to help users quickly determine the cause of problems on their phone, thereby making decisions about fixing them. suitable repair or replacement.

This is considered a new step by Google in improving user experience, helping them be more proactive in managing and maintaining this company's devices.

The upcoming Android 15 update upgrades battery life up to 3 hours for some devices.

At the recent Google I/O 2024 event, Google announced the Android 15 update with many notable improvements, notably upgrading battery life in standby mode for some devices up to 3 o'clock.

According to Google, the Android 15 update will optimize Doze mode, helping to speed up the time to switch to this mode by up to 50%, thereby saving battery life more effectively. Thanks to this, users can experience significantly longer device usage time, especially in standby mode. According to test results on some devices, standby time has longer battery life of up to 3 hours.

Android 15's standby battery life will be significantly increased.

Android 15's standby battery life will be significantly increased.

Doze mode (also known as sleep mode) limits background activities and app access to system resources when the phone is not used for long periods of time. This helps reduce battery drain, especially for apps that may run unnecessary background processes.

This improvement is applied by Google to all devices that support Android 15, including WearOS smart watches. It is expected that WearOS 6 - the next version of the operating system for wearable devices - will also integrate this improved Doze feature.

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In addition, Google also introduced a number of new security features to enhance user data protection, including Private Space, Theft Detection Lock, Remote Lock Feature, Offline Device Lock, and Biometric Security.

With these improvements, Android 15 promises to bring a better user experience, meeting users' increased needs for battery life and security.

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