Android Q will make it easier to change connectivity settings


A feature in Android Q will automatically blacklist a Wi-Fi network that a user manually disconnects from. According to the Android Developers website (via Android Police), a phone won’t try to reconnect with a blacklisted network for 24 hours. This will prevent a scenario from occurring where a phone cannot connect to a specific Wi-Fi network for one reason or another, although it keeps trying. The frustrated user turns off Wi-Fi connectivity, but forgets all about it and ends up back home consuming a ton of data after binge-watching the first two seasons of “I’m Sorry.”
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