After five years, the default wallpaper of the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) has finally been changed. The code submitted by Google is titled The sky is not pink. This code change means that Google has been The default pink sky wallpaper, which was first introduced to the Android open source version a year ago, was finally renewed. Replaced by a new wallpaper, the wallpaper will be unveiled with the release of Android 12.1.
The sky is not pink. After almost 5 years, Google is replacing the default AOSP wallpaper in s-v2 (API level 32, Android 12.1?) pic.twitter.com/3ZalOGpfY3
— Mishaal Rahman (@MishaalRahman) September 17, 2021
The vast majority of users may have never seen the pink sky wallpaper, which has been included in the open source version of Android since Android 7.0 Nougat. This is because almost all smartphones running Android are actually running customized versions of it , and usually do not provide default AOSP wallpapers.
According to sources, the stable version of Android 12 is expected to be launched on October 4, while Android 13 is expected to be launched sometime in the fall of 2022. And Android 12.1 will provide an increase in API level, which is very unusual.