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  • In Android Q beta 6 found a new Easter egg

    Earlier this week, Google released the final beta version of Android Q. In addition to the new standby mode for Pixel smartphones and a number of cosmetic changes, users have found in the firmware a new Easter egg — a hidden feature that can be opened with the help of a secret combination of taps. And the surprise was much more interesting than in Android Pie.

    Google Android Q

    Holding your finger on the Android version of the settings menu, you can open the built-in puzzle game. Moving the numbers and inscription Android, you need to collect the official logo that Google used throughout the period of testing Android Q.

    Google Android Q

    If you touch the screen several times, you will see a square grid and a modified variation of the "Japanese crossword". Placing dots on the grid according to the specified numbers, you can get, for example, an image of the Android volume up icon. While "Easter egg" is available exclusively on Essential Phone. Probably due to the fact that the gadget received the latest version of Android Q. On the Google Pixel smartphone after installing the beta version, the Easter egg from Android Pie is still running — a simple animation with the letter P and moving circles.

    What will be the final "Easter eggs" Android Q — will be known after the release of the stable version of the OS. In past Android builds, the user had to collect cats and play a clone of Flappy Bird with lollipops.

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