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Greetings from Mi Community Bangladesh Tech Team! We hope you and your family are safe and well.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Zoom has become an incredibly popular tool for businesses and people alike. In the latest version of its Android app, Zoom has enabled users to livestream to YouTube, but it takes a few settings to work. End-to-end encryption (E2EE) has arrived, letting both free and paid users secure their meetings so that only participants, not Zoom or anyone else, can access their content. Zoom says E2EE is supported across its Mac, PC, iOS, and Android apps, as well as Zoom Rooms, but not its web client or third-party clients that use the Zoom SDK.
Outside of encryption, one of the biggest new features in this update is support for YouTube livestreaming on Android devices. Livestreaming even from YouTube has been supported on Zoom for quite some time, but it can be a bit complicated from other devices. On Android, this feature is now available within the meeting under the overflow menu. A simple tap will launch a web portal that will prompt users to start a YouTube livestream on their account. It’s pretty quick and easy!
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End-to-end encryption is available for both free and paid users, but Zoom says free accounts will need to verify their phone number using SMS and also need a valid billing option associated with their account. Initially Zoom said end-to-end encryption wouldn’t be available for free users to prevent the service from being used for unlawful activity, but the company quickly backtracked and announced it would be available for everyone later that month.
Zoom for Android version 18.104.22.1684 is now rolling out via the Google Play Store with a few tweaked features in tow. The flashlight now works while using the app. End-to-end encryption a change rolling out to Zoom on all platforms is now supported.
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