Carriers To Begin Hiding Mobile Signal Strength In Android P

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Some wireless carriers may begin hiding mobile signal strength in Android P, according to a number of Android Open Source Project commits recently discovered by XDA Developers. While telecom companies in the United States are already doing so to an extent on their branded devices, the newly spotted code suggests they would be able to hide the signal strength provided by their network on any device using their SIM card, depending on the exact configuration defined in the vendor.xml file. The feature isn’t exclusive to stateside mobile service providers and would be available to carriers around the world.

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