There are pros and cons of scanning mobile phones almost every week. Among the first, to be able to test different mobiles, different approaches of brands to Android or different sizes of smartphones.
Among the minuses, one of the main ones is undoubtedly configure a mobile from scratch. There are a lot of people who are surprised when I tell them what they hate so much, transferring data from one mobile to another, putting users, passwords, what they both do or three years, I do it two or three times a month.
But it is also annoying to restore apps, not so much because of the configuration but because of waiting over an hour sometimes for them to download.
Google wants to change app downloads
Now we have learned that within Google they are studying to improve this process in two ways in the Play Store, which is also being redesigned in other sections.
On the one hand, they could change the network use priority in applications downloaded from the Play Store when we set up a new mobile. This would make this process faster by increasing the bandwidth.
On the other hand, it would also be possible prioritize applications that we used more in the previous mobile, leaving until the end those that we use less. This way, for example, WhatsApp would be one of the first to be downloaded. Several times I waited until it was available to start importing the chat backup with such bad luck that maybe it was one of the last to download.
However, these two possibilities have yet to be confirmed and on XDA, where the news echoes, they indicate that they might not arrive or not make it in the months. Maybe even in the next major version of Android, almost a year from now.
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