Another “plus” for Android 12. Customizable vibration effects in games

Another “plus” for Android 12. Customizable vibration effects in games

Recently, leaks of new information about the mobile operating system Android 12 have become more frequent, which are discovered by members of the XDA Developers forum in lines of code from the Android Open Source Project.

According to the source, Google intends to offer users of mobile devices running Android 12, improved vibration effects in games. This makes sense given the continued growth in popularity and the quantity and quality of mobile games.

At the moment, vibration in Android games works quite primitively, that is, it is either present or not. Even when connecting modern game controllers to mobile devices, users receive weak vibration feedback on their actions in the game, which reduces the overall experience.

According to XDA Developers, Google has added lines to the Android Open Source Project that indicate improvements to the gamepad’s vibration function. In particular, it mentions support for vibration amplitude control, which paves the way for creating custom vibration effects.

This feature comes in very handy for many console games that can be evaluated on mobile devices via cloud services, such as Google Stadia, Nvidia GeForce Now, and so on.

Another “plus” for Android 12. Customizable vibration effects in games

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