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Google’s New File System Can Let You Play Android Games Ahead Of Completely Downloaded

Google is developing a completely new file system for a future Android version is the so-called Incremental File System. This Incremental File System that allows users that will allow users to run apps and games that are still being downloaded to the device, according to XDA developers.

According to the Google documentation, the Incremental File System is a “special-purpose Linux virtual file system that permits execution of a program while its binary and resource files are still being downloaded over the network, XDA developers further revealed.

If User wants to download which have a large size then they have to wait for the entire download to finish. In an Instant Incremental File System can “frictionlessly wait for missing data,” which means users will be able to launch the game as it continues to be downloaded in the background.

XDA adds that Google is currently testing the file system on a Pixel 4 XL. Google is aiming to launch this feature with Android 12 next’s similar to Google’s Instant App that lets users experience apps or games without having to install it. The only difference is that the Incremental File System is simultaneously installed this application.

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