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Android Beam support ended in Android Q.

Numan Rasheed
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In Android Q, where many new features have been added, old ones are being done there. One of the features of Android Beam is that it is not an alternative to Android, but Google’s application is not available. Android-based functions can be performed from Google files.

Android Beam is a peer to peer file transfer technology.
It works with data transfer from NFC and Bluetooth.

The Google Files app also has file sharing capabilities on WiFi. This application transfers data to 480 MBps more than Bluetooth.
Initially, the connection is transmitted to Apple like Apple’s AirDrop. During transfers, the DATA is encrypted with WPA2.

The beams were released for the first time in Android with Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0. Apple also released the airdrop with IOS 7 this year. AirDrop received a lot of popularity in the face of Android.

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Numan Rasheed

Numan Rasheed

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