In the new Android 12 beta 2, the unique, picture-in-picture mode is not implemented in the most user-friendly way Instead the new beta crack down at modifying that interface by doing away with resizing through corner dragging.
The fastest way to enlarge a Picture-in-picture window is by double-tapping the layer. In Android 11, doing this will immediately open up the video player in full, but it now expands the video to the exact width of your screen and you can either drag it above, below or leave it at the middle .
Users can re-enter the full video application tapping the button at the middle of the player. Though in the previous developer view, pinching in and out with your two fingers is available for finer adjustment.
I’m addition, the Android 12 Beta 2 shows that corner dragging has been eliminated by rounding the picture-in-picture window. Google addressed how it was previously possible to accidentally expand the window when you’re just trying to move it out of the way.
Intend developer viewers should note that there are still some bugs that need to be addressed, but double-tap and pinching are gestures familiar with everyone people users can always use.
Another unique change of in the Android 12 beta 2 is the ability to snip away PiP windows by snipping to the left or right edge.