Google will soon allow Android and Chrome OS users to share files quickly with its nearby sharing feature, and according to the latest tweets from Esper’s Mishaal Rahman, Nearby Share will soon be able to share files between your devices without any consent. To receive a file from a nearby store, the recipient must accept your sharing request, and the purpose of this additional step is to secure the device from malicious files that may be paid for by fraudsters.
According to the report, “auto-sharing” mode will allow you to share files with your other devices without any authorization if both devices are logged into the same Google Account, and “file sharing” mode will allow you to quickly share files from nearby “If other devices are logged into the same Google Account,” Without agreeing to share, it has not yet been released from what I see, but it is in the latest version of Google Play Services.
Notes on this feature first appeared two months ago, and the enabled mode is not actually called “self-sharing”, but it is mentioned in the app’s sources, and Google has not released anything yet. No feature yet, but images indicate that we may use this feature in the future.
For those who don’t know more, Google released the close sharing tool for Android devices a few years ago. This feature allows you to share files, links, photos, and more with other Android users around you, such as AirDrop in the Apple ecosystem, where nearby partitions automatically select the best algorithm for faster sharing using Bluetooth, Bluetooth Low Energy, WebRTC, or WiFi Peer. -to-peer, which means you can use the feature without any internet connection.
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