Android Q was released yesterday, and while it feels like Android 9.1 instead of what needs to be Android 1
Always on the screen now shows the song being played on your phone and the battery percentage is moved to the top right. Cool.
You can share and connect WiFi networks with QR codes now. Pretty.
Battery saver changes full dark mode, but you should probably not run battery saving all the time. Awesome.
However, you can turn on full dark mode with an adb command. Do the following thanks to the people at XDA :
Enable Dark mode: Adb Shell settings set safe ui_night_mode 2
Disable Dark Mode: Adb Shell settings set safe ui_night_mode 1  Radical.
The new file manager UI is cleaner. Clean.
Prolonged messages give you greater and better opportunities. Fun.
This notification clock that shows your latest ding is great. How good. (9to5Google)
The desktop mode I mentioned yesterday is buried and looks like now, according to XDA . Excellent.
Built-in built-in screen recording is built-in, but it is a little hidden and looks half-baked. Dope. (Android Police)
To find it, enable Developer Options and look for it within "Feature flags" as "settings_screenrecord_long_press." To screen the recording, you will slowly press the power button and then slowly tap Screen capture option to open the screen record.
If we find more, we update this post.