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As reported by 9to5Google, it shows that Google probably won’t bother using a codename for the release of Android 11 as it doesn’t have to worry about hiding the pudding name anymore. For what it’s worth, Google was a lot better about keeping the name of Android a secret than it has been about stemming the relentless flow of Pixel 4 leaks.

As for what ‘scoped storage’ is, that’s above our pay grade. The Android Dev Summit is an annual Google-hosted developer conference that invites devs to learn more about existing and upcoming versions of Android to help them create and maintain Android apps and services.