If you own an Android smartphone or tablet, you must have been angry at least once when attempting to connect to an already-known Wi-Fi network – sometimes, on reconnection, the user ends up without the internet or even extremely browsing slow/unstable.
Such a situation ends up forcing the user to go into the settings and turn Wi-Fi on and off or, in more extreme cases, even push the button to forget the wireless network and manually log in again.
The good news is that Google is aware of this problem, and promises a resolution in the next major update of the system, Android Q – which just had the distribution of its latest trial version suspended.
In the tenth version of the green robot platform, Wi-Fi management will actually undergo a small but important change: once you manually log out of a Wi-Fi network, your smartphone will blacklist the next network. 24 hours, avoiding reconnection attempts automatically, ie dodging the annoyances we described above.
In fact, something similar is already present on some Android smartphones – such as Samsung’s Galaxy line models – but very soon, this feature will reach all models compatible with the update for Android Q.