A couple of days back, the second Android 11 Developer Preview was announced, which has a few advancements in its baggage however will likewise acquire a few upgrades the accompanying versions. The Google Play Services presently point to a secondary lock screen for Android, which can be utilized in mix with Family Link. This ought to be an extra lock screen for kids.
Regardless of whether it is questionable, most youngsters today have their own cell phones from a particular age. For this reason, Google has some of the kids’ applications in its App store and has for quite some time been offering kids’ records as a major aspect of Family Link the executive’s framework. Later on, this won’t just identify with the application choice and the length of utilization, yet most likely add to the lock screen of the cell phone.
The current version of the Google Play Services code indicates a second lock screen for Android 11. We are talking about a “Secondary Lockscreen”, which is only available under Android R (the abbreviation for Android 11) and speaks of “kids” in several places. This leaves a lot of room for interpretation, but one possible conclusion is the secondary lock screen for children. We don’t know how exactly Google will implement this feature.
Keep in mind that even though the service is present in the Manifest of Google Play Services, we didn’t find any strings or assets pertaining to the feature. Similarly, the latest version of Family Link did not have any details about this feature. This probably means that the feature is in an early development stage so we will have to wait for it to discover more. I think we’ll see more details of the feature soon after the arrival of the Android 11 stable release, we will see.