Android Games a an important part of the bulk of downloads from the Play Store. Although the future is starting to be hijacked by platforms like Google Stadia, the local game is still on hold and, by looking at the statistics that go along with it, it all shows that we have years left to live.
Sometimes it can be boring to wait for a game to download it completely for play, especially in cases where you have a capacity of several gigabytes. According to the Android code, Google is working on it a growing file system
A growing Android file system
In the meantime if, for example, you want to play PUBG Mobile, you should wait for the app to download completely. A different issue is the second data (maps) to download after installation, but the summary is clear: if you don't download the full app, you can't play.
This will change with new file system growing. As mentioned in XDA Developers, Google is already testing with the Pixel 4 XL. This function allows you to create a new directory (data / add-ons) and which contains references below for different device applications. The guidelines below contain APKs, file libraries and OBB data (files that contain program information for the program).
The purpose of this feature is to enable the processing of major Android applications before their files and resources are downloaded completely from the Android device. Documents submitted by Google.
What do you want to achieve with the new system? Whether applications can work even if secondary files and other resources are downloaded
With this solution wait times are reduced when downloading games more, although it is shown that users can find them before loading screens which will indicate that certain parts have not yet been downloaded.
Even though the work has already been tested, there is no official launch date, so it is unknown whether it will be an Android 11 feature or if, on the other hand, we'll have to wait even more when we arrive.
Via | XDA Developers