I totally agree about the allowed devices feature omitted from Android 10. Quite honestly, I was like, "WTF - Why?" But realized this was a feature taken off by Android - owned by Google. I know of many with Android 10 phones under different phone brands, and this feature is not on it as well.
Now, of course, Samsung could customize an update to rectify this situation, or we can resort to downloading a third-party app (and if anyone knows of one, please let us know). But I'm not certain Samsung can customize anything worth having, due to the securities of Android - maybe?
At this point, I think companies have washed their hands of Android 10. They know of it's deficiencies - regardless of Android 10's so-called upgrades. I guess it's either hope for the better with Android 11 or roll back to 9. As usual, the consumer loses in this case. And why would they care, consumers give them no incentive to fix what is wrong - we'll grin and bare it, while we wait for the next version.
I feel you all on this. Unfortunately, let the venting continue.
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