In the fall, it became possible for developers to force users to update an application to the latest version.
When the developers feel that it is of the highest importance that the latest version is running – such as when a serious bug or security flaw has been detected, or any onlinefunktionalitet have changed, they can do so that it is no longer possible to run the older edition.
As a kind of antithesis to this, it may be possible to revert to an older version of an app in upcoming Android Q. In the case an update causes problems, it would in that case go to undo the update and run the working version again.
Both the permissions and the strings are said to have been discovered in the Android Q, which indicates that the system will support the ”rollbacks”, although that is not confirmed.
another rumor about Android Q mean that apps will no longer be able to read the contents of the clipboard at any time.
That all apps have access to the system clipboard, today can be considered to be strange, then it does not belong to the unusual, for example, the password is copied.