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Google starts launching the new download optimization on the Play Store

This warning says that Google is optimizing app downloads.

Many users are encountering a warning in the Google Play Store that may seem strange. This warning says that Google is optimizing downloads of applications. It is an alert that aims to monitor the correct functioning of the installation of applications on smartphones Android.

This optimization is starting to be implemented, which is why this ad is being shown on the Play Store.

Install apps by parts: this way Google Play will get faster downloads. Google Play will optimize the download of applications, introducing the download in parts, to install the most important parts of the applications.

Google improves installation of applications in the Play Store

Google will use the App Install Optimization para reduce the size of applications and consumption of data for download and installation on the phone. This will be possible by fragmenting the applications based on the hardware requirements, to avoid downloading the entire application, when it is possible that some data or modules are not needed. Google Play will determine what’s needed, thereby selecting specific packages to download first. To use this new method, the company has to ask users for permission.

This is the new warning that many users encounter when opening the Play Store on their Android phones. Just click on Agree / Got it on that notice that appears in the store, in a pop-up window.

If you don’t want to use this new method, or at least not at the moment. You can disable it by following these steps:

  • Open Google Play Store.
  • Click on your profile photo.
  • Go to Settings.
  • Go to General.
  • Look for the Application download optimization option.
  • Disable this option.

For now, this warning is reaching users who have a new pre-version of Android 12 installed. It is expected that in the coming hours and days more users will find this new feature on their Play Store.

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