After the update to Android 11, the Hide Camera Cutout option under Display/Fullscreen Apps/Advanced has gone missing, and the setting itself isn't working either. This is a serious issue as the camera cutout gets in the way of many apps, especially games. Does anyone know a workaround for this issue?
I don't see why that should be an excuse to create a detrimental experience for their users. I'm already warning my friends not to upgrade to Android 11 until the issue is fixed.
Question is: Who the heck is using the beta version: The consumers that make up the majority of the users or the QA team that is more interested in ensuring the phone didn't crash and doesn't care about the fancy features?
I hope so. This is a severe issue that impacts the usability of the phone, and there's no guarantee that the individual app developers are going to (or even can) release patches to fix an issue caused by Samsung's mistake.
It gets in the way of apps that only support landscape mode, as well as fullscreen videos. It's not guaranteed that app developers will or even can release a patch to address this issue.
agreed. I have to watch a movie with a giant black :black_circle: on my screen. for as much as we pay for these phones one would think of this