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Sunday, 22 November 2020

Technology Updates this week

 Technology Updates this week

  • ગૂગલ મેપ્સ પર કોવિડ સંક્રમિતોનું લાઈવ સ્ટેટસ
  • તમામ યુઝર્સને મળ્યું વ્હોટ્સએપ ડિસઅપિયરિંગ ફીચર
  •  વગર કારણનો ખર્ચો ગૂગલ પે રોકશે
  •  રેડમી નોટ 9ને મળ્યું એન્ડ્રોઈડ 11 અપડેટ
  • શાઓમી રિસ્ટાર્ટ પ્રોબ્લેમ ટૂંક સમયમાં સોલ્વ કરશે
  •  ભારતમાં કમબેક માટે તૈયાર PUBG




If you like technology news, but can't see the update due to lack of time, we've got this week's Weekly Describer for you. In this list you will be able to know the updates of the app that you need, so let's start this weekly discoverer.


1. Live status of Kovid transitions on Google Maps

This feature on Google Maps has come at a time when cases related to Covid-19 are on the rise again in India. The Delhi government is planning another lockdown in crowded places. Google Maps will give the user real time information about crowded places. Cases reported in the last 7 days will also report deaths from Covid-19.


Users can also view the live status of the delivery order. This feature will also give you information about the probable order delivery time, pickup time. You will also find information about estimated waiting time, delivery fees.

Google Maps will allow users to reorder their favorite food. This feature has been implemented in India, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany and USA for Android and iOS users.

Google Assistant Driving Mode has been rolled out to Android users in the US. With this feature, the driver will no longer need to look at the phone screen while driving. This means that the driver will be able to receive and reject calls from voice commands. This mode will also allow users to send messages.

2. All users got WhatsApp Disappearing feature

WhatsApp officially announced the rollout of the Disappearing Message feature a few days ago and is now available to all Indians.


Once the WhatsApp Disappearing Message feature is enabled, the media files, audio files and other content will be automatically deleted from the chat after 7 days after the message is sent. This new feature is also available for iOS users with Android. This is how it can be used.


First open WhatsApp.

Then select the contact for which you want to turn on this feature and open it.

Click on the name of the contact at the top.

Clicking on the name will open the contact information. Here you will see the disappearing message, which is above encryption. Turn it on.

The Disappearing Message feature will then be activated. Chat will now be automatically deleted 7 days after the message media files were sent. Follow the same process to deactivate it and click off.

3. Google Pay will stop spending for no reason

Google has redesigned its digital payment app Gagel Pen. The company says that after the new change, users will be able to save money from the app. The new changes are for both Android and iOS users. However new changes have been made for American users. It will also be launched for Indian users soon. Clicking on a contact in the new feature will also show the old transaction history.


4. Redmi Note 9 got Android 11 update

Redmi Note 9 series devices have started getting the Android 11 update. The company has also recently released the MIUI 12 update. The build number of the new update is V12.0.1.0.RJWINXM. The new update is in the stable beta stage. This means that it has been launched only for selected users. After fixing the bugs in the beta version, it will be launched for all users.


5. Xiaomi Restart will solve the problem soon

Mi, Redmi and Poco smartphone users are facing bootloop problem. Because of this the smartphone is restarting frequently. After the phone restarts, users receive an "Find Device closed unexpectedly" error message. Xiaomi is investigating. The company said the issue would be resolved soon. According to a user report, this problem is being seen on smartphones running on MIUI 12.05 Global Stable ROM. Users can't even change it.

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6. PUBG ready for comeback in India

Last week, PUBG Corporation announced that PUBG Mobile Game will return to India soon. The game was completely banned in India by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MEITY) in early September.


The developers have posted a teaser on the game's official social media handle, saying, "All new PUBG mobile is coming to India, share it with all your friends!"

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