Android 15’s new Bluetooth tool could change the way users interact with their phones

Recent beta releases of Android 14 have been a wealth of information about possible features coming to Android 15. We recently learned that the operating system may introduce Private Space for securing sensitive information on a smartphone. Now, new details are emerging about future changes that could change the way users interact with their mobile devices.

News site Android Authority discovered these details in the Android 14 QPR2 patch from early March. Several lines of code refer to something called “Bluetooth Auto-On”. According to the publication, Bluetooth connectivity will be activated automatically if it is turned off. They state that if someone turns it off, a toggle will appear that will allow the phone to turn on Bluetooth the next day. Android 15 will reportedly include text reminding users that turning on the connection is important for certain features; namely Quick Share and Find My Device.