This iPhone Features Are Now On Many Android Smartphones.
You own a vivo, Oppo or Xiaomi Android device? we get great news. Eventually, the Chinese trio unveiled their feverishly anticipated Peer-to-Peer Transmission Alliance, allowing seamless transfers of files between Apple AirDrop and devices. File transfers have always been a sticking point for Android
OS never had a universal file transfer system that is as fast or easy to use as AirDrop. Android Beam came close, yet Google had driven it off with the release of Android 10 without a suitable share sheet replacement. That means that all new Android handsets don't have an intuitive way to transfer files quickly in the share sheet… unless you're ready to wait for Bluetooth transfers sometimes awfully long. Of course. The Peer-to-Peer Sharing System, vivo, Oppo and Xiaomi have taken things in their own hands. It uses Bluetooth to connect devices and should allow up to 20 MB per second sharing speeds.
In August the Peer-to-Peer Transmission Partnership was announced, and we know now when it will come live. Now, all Android-9 or Android 10 systems with the exception of the Redmi 6 Pro, Redmi 6, Redmi 6A, Redmi 7A, Redmi 7, Redmi Redmi 9, Redmi 8A, Redmi Note 8, and Redmi Note 8 T have got this feature, confirmed by Xiaomi. Meanwhile, all Oppo phones running Android 10 will be able to take advantage of the new Android file transfer system. At the moment Oppo’s ColourOS 7 operating system that’s based on Android 10 is only available in beta for Reno 2, Reno 10X Zoom, F11 Pro, F11 Pro Marvel's Avengers Limited Edition and F11.
Nonetheless, for its Find Series, Reno, R Series, F Series, A Series and K3, the Chinese tech giant has vowed to provide the new functionality in due course.
Even if the Internet connection doesn't function, the new file sharing system works.
Lastly, vivo stated that the file transfer system "will be progressively developed for new vivo products from February 2020 on various markets.' According to data from Counterpoint Research, the Peerto-Peer Transmission Alliance is a major deal, particularly because, during the third quarter of 2019, the technology trio accounted for 45 percent of Chinese mobile market share.
There has also been a deep wish of the three Chinese companies to expand the new alliance. Indeed, each of them stated that they would like "to welcome more brands to expand, which is beneficial for all" and that they might suggest that Huawei, OnePlus and more might be joining in the future.
The launch of the Peer-to-Peer Transmission Alliance, Oppo said: "OPPO, vivo and Xiaomi (alphabetically) have joined forces in the global market to expand the peer-to-peer Transmission Alliance, while welcoming more Android smartphone brands to join the movement.
The alliance would allow users to share data, pictures and videos without the need for a connection to the Internet, reflecting the manner in which OPPO is able to cooperate with its revolutionary operating system, ColorOS.
"The Internet has made everyday life incredibly easy and people expect to have quicker and more reliable connections now, in particular with 5 G on the way." But, exchanging files between different phone and brand models has always been an obstacle to more access.
"We have joined the OPPO, vivo and Xiaomi team to form the Peer-to-Peer Transmission Alliance under the high speed WiFi Direct transfer protocol through mobile devices to address this problem and provide users with an easier, simpler and quicker exchange of experiences even with the different smartphone brands."
Smartphone users from Oppo, Vivo or Xiaomi will not see any new file transfer system buttons or software on their phones. It will then be integrated directly into each respective manufacturer's existing sharing systems. It means that Oppo Share and Mi Share are integrated into the added functionality.