The little big news, which would be a quality of life improvement for those who struggle with incoming calls and notifications on their phone.
Sometimes a small change can be more than enough to wow the Android community, and Google has confirmed one of those features that you have surely been asking for in recent years.
If you are familiar with the operating system AndroidYou’ll know that the ringtone and notification volume is controlled by a slider, but this might change with an upcoming Android update.
A while ago, specifically in a beta on Android 13 in December, a command in development to create separate ring volume and notification volume sliders appeared in the settings menu, within sound and vibration.
However, we didn’t hear from this new slider for ring volume and notification volume again, until now.
According to 9to5google, the ones in Mountain View are working on several separate volume bars for notifications and ringtones.
Although it is not clear when it could be incorporated into a stable version, it is more likely that it will be with an upcoming release on Android 14, or in a later beta version.
This is undoubtedly appreciated, especially for those users who do not want to hear incoming calls, since they prefer vibration, but at the same time want to hear notifications, or vice versa.
The launch of Android 14 favor the use of the user interface, in an operating system that must fight against fragmentation in an increasingly heterogeneous market.