Google Android Q desktop mode demo: support for third-party launcher activation

ByFelicity Rosa 2019-05-30 400

Microsoft's Continuum looks very cool. Later, Samsung launched the Dex desktop mode, and now Google will also build the native Android Q desktop mode to better support the big screen desktop environment.

In addition, Google also said it has added support for third-party launchers on external keyboards and auxiliary screens.

Support for third-party launchers caught the attention of developer Daniel Blandford. He successfully developed a third-party launcher for testing the Android Q desktop environment.

Its setup is simple. Of course, he is using the Android Q Beta of Essential Phone, which connects to a portable display and keyboard via USB.

The published image looks much better than the Android Q desktop mode running the default launcher.

Since the Android Q desktop mode is still in beta, if you plan to use the Android Q desktop mode, you will probably encounter various problems.

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