A long time before most cell phones and tablets could boot up in almost no time, Android devices regularly had elaborate and fun boot animations, and the modding community made a huge number of extra custom animations that could be applied to established/ROMed devices.
Nowadays, most telephones just show a basic logo during the boot process, yet the upcoming release of Android 12L is adding a digit of energy to the startup process once more.
One of the critical new features in Android 12 (not 12L) is the custom color scheme system, codenamed “monet,” which is a integral part of Material You. Android picks a color palette dependent on your wallpaper choices, which is then utilized in all applications that help the Material You topic.
Google is gradually rolling out material that you underwrite in its applications, including Drive, Translate, and the Play Store.
Android 12L is growing this functionality to the boot screen — the Google logo’s shading presently matches the device theme. Mishaal Rahman shared demo videos (two of which are inserted above) in a series of tweets, demonstrating how various backdrops change the shades utilized in the Google logo.
Notwithstanding, it’s indistinct if any gadgets outside of Pixels will utilize this functionality, since most (if not all) makers supplant Google’s logo with a custom animation or image.
This is only a little expansion in Android 12L reported on Wednesday that spotlights on upgrades for tablets, foldables, and Chrome OS devices. The update incorporates new interface designs for gadgets with enormous screens, for example, a notice region with two windows, a taskbar with gesture control and more system applications with upgraded designs.
The first Developer Preview is as of now accessible in the Android Studio emulator, and a last update is relied upon to ship in the first quarter of 2022.