Among the many innovations included with the Android 11 operating system (Android 11) is also one feature that will further reduce the gap between mobile devices and desktops based on desktop operating systems: a recycle bin. According to the report , this is a tool that allows to recover deleted files during the last month. After more than 30 days, the files are removed from the Recycle Bin and permanently deleted.
We emphasize that this is not a valid cycle bin for every file that is deleted on the system. Instead, it is a tool available for use by app developers who want to create a relatively easy way to recover deleted files within the app itself. For example, it is possible, for example, to add swiftly the ability to recover files in apps that handle organizing photos or videos, as well as various office apps. Google doesn’t seem to have a restriction on the type of app or the amount of files that can be recovered, but developers are responsible for integrating the new feature.
While operating-level support makes it easy to develop applications that allow fast file recovery, that does not mean, of course, that all developers necessarily waited for a Google solution. Samsung, the world’s largest Android device maker, has long been embedding its own solution for accidentally deleted photos and videos from its gallery app. Depending on the operating system version and the type of device, these images are backed up by the device itself or in the cloud (Samsung Cloud) and can be deleted within 15 days.