Android is, always has been, and always will be jam-packed with software features. Even the most bare-bones software as seen on something like the Pixel phone will have features that you never knew you needed until you did need them. And it will also have features you didn’t even know existed because they are hidden without any sort of user interface to actually use them.
Thankfully, Android 11 brings two of these very useful features to the light with a proper — and easy — way to use them: screen recording and wireless ADB (Android Debug Bridge, a way to communicate with a computer).
Here’s everything new and changed in Android 11 Developer Preview 3
You’ve probably seen something on the internet about these “new” features, but what most people don’t know or remember is that neither is new at all. That’s a failure on Google’s part; when something users or developers (or both)…