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COVID-19 ‘Exposure Notification’ Settings No Longer Be Visible On Android

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  • During the height of COVID-19 pandemic, on both Android as well iOS “Exposure Notifications” were added.
  • Since the world got over from COVID-19, the brand Google has decided to remove Exposure Notification settings from Android.
  • Google and Apple both the brand worked together to rapidly introduce COVID-19 exposure notifications that were compatible between Android and and iOS in 2020.

‘COVID-19’ an unforgettable pandemic, and during the height of this period on both Android as well iOS “Exposure Notifications” were added to help the users know if they were exposed to the virus. But now almost all the countries have come over COVID-19, the feature is vanishing away. 

In the initial days of covid back in 2020, Google and Apple both the brand worked together to rapidly introduce COVID-19 exposure notifications that were compatible between Android and and iOS. By using Bluetooth, smartphones got the ability to track while they were near each other, and then, using an application, the users who ended up testing positive with COVID-19 could unidentified inform anyone they had been around in public. 

Google rolled out this ‘Exposure Notification’ to Android in May 2020. Basically it was an outstanding idea, but it was met with tyrannous lack of convictions by the general public, and it was also hurt by the unusually slow state-by-state rollout of the applications needed to actually make the network practical. 

Since the world got over from COVID-19, the brand Google has decided to remove Exposure Notification settings from Android. 

The change was first spotted in beta in mid-October, but now it is confirmed that it’s been removed in the stable track, meaning it should no longer be visible for virtually all Android users. This new change will come to be known along with the new update of Google Play Services but first appeared in Play became visible in Play Services 23.42

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