Android 11 is longer than a month old having been released on September 8th and right now there are a few protests from clients about applications that should go full screen yet can’t. Also, in any event, when these applications are in full-screen mode, the status bar and the navigation bar aren’t vanishing as they should. For instance, games and certain applications like YouTube should top off the entire screen with content when full-screen mode is empowered. Yet, since the time Android 11 launched, some Android clients have found that these applications at this point don’t top off their phones’ displays altogether.
Thus, game players, a significant number of whom hold their gadgets in Landscape mode, are finding that a few elements of a game are being cut off by the status bar or the navigation bar making interactivity inconceivable. While Android clients shared this issue to Google and others on the Google issue tracker site during when the Android 11 betas were being released, Google did nothing with the data since it purportedly couldn’t reproduce the issue. However, taking into account that the issue is starting to earn consideration indeed, we’d be amazed if Google didn’t look again at this bug. Particularly since a month ago, Google conceded that the issue is an item highlight issue, not an engineer include.
Some Android clients who have been encountering the issue say that by shutting the applications and restarting them, they can fix the issue. In the event that you are having this issue, you should try this arrangement out. We can spare you some time and exacerbation by telling you that cleaning your Android gadget won’t take care of the issue. Ideally, Google will disperse an update quickly that will kill this bug.