With a second Android P Developer Preview, we saw Google redesign a overview menu and supplement in several neat features — one of that was content selection. After it didn’t uncover adult for everybody in DP4, people reported a disappearance as a bug to Google.
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In response to a bug report, a Google worker sealed a sheet imprinting a disappearance as an dictated underline and settled that “Smart preference and movement suggestions will usually be accessible on Pixel 2017 and later.”
While questioning a feature’s disappearance, Android Police unclosed a new ‘Overview selection’ choice in Android P’s Settings menu. While we can hunt for a item, it doesn’t indeed seem to be live yet. When it is, though, a choice to name content and such can be toggled off and on.
As distant as because content preference and movement suggestions in a overview menu is singular to a Pixel 2 and newer devices, we don’t know. As our Dylan points out, this is a Pixel Launcher choice and not only something Google is self-denial from all inclination that’ll run Android P. It does seem like a uncanny underline to take divided from original Pixel users.