Google is preparing to implement another long-awaited feature with Android 12: “Trash” is coming to Android.
A study of the codes may have revealed another important innovation of Android 12. When Android 12 is introduced later this year, it looks like it will bring features such as a trash can and automatic app translation.
Researchers at XDA Developers say they are working hard to find the trash can option. Files deleted with Trash are not deleted completely instantly and are allowed to be recovered. We can liken this to the Recycle Bin of Windows.
This feature is available on Android 11, but it is not fully accessible. Currently, the Android trash allows the recovery of certain types of files if they have the right permissions. In short, Windows or macOS works quite differently from the way trash cans work.
The new code suggests that the Android 12 trash will be system-wide and can be accessed with the Google Files app. So anything you delete in any application can be brought back from digital trash.
The other interesting feature noticed by XDA Developers is the automatic application translation. So Android will translate apps into native languages without developers having to write translations. This feature will be very useful for people who use Android in languages other than English, and it seems that this “translation service” can use Google Translate and even another third-party translation application.