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New Android releases always bring exciting new features to the table, but every once in a while, a beloved feature gets reworked or removed altogether. That’s no different for Android 11, which made it more cumbersome to grant apps the permission to install APKs, requiring a restart of the application in question up until at least Developer Preview 4. While that requirement is still present on more recent builds, the situation is now slightly improved: when apps are programmed correctly, they’ll restart the latest activity, making the experience as smooth as possible.
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