Google Today, it warned millions of Android users facing blocking from Google apps.
Devices that cannot be upgraded to the new version will be permanently locked out of Google services. People using the 2.3 version of Android will not be able to log in to their Google account. Users cannot add Google Calendar or Gmail to their account in the device’s settings menu.
Millions Android phone Due to a major update, access to Google Maps, YouTube and Gmail will be blocked today (September 27th). Google has confirmed that devices using Android 2.3 will be affected and has encouraged users to upgrade their software.
Other Google apps such as YouTube, Google PlayStore, Google Maps and Gmail will also stop working. Your smartphone must be updated to Android 3.0 for users to continue to have access to the app. As new versions continue to be released, Google will regularly discontinue support for older versions of Android software.
For smartphones that stick to Android 2.3, Sony Xperia Advance, Lenovo K800, Sony Xperia Go, Vodafone Smart II, Samsung Galaxy S2, Sony Xperia P, LG Spectrum, Sony Xperia S, LG Prada 3.0, HTC Velocity, HTC Evo 4G, Motorola Fire, and Motorola XT532.
The latest version of Android is currently Android 11, which is 2.3 software miles behind. Older versions of the operating system are more vulnerable to bugs and hackers. If you can’t jump to the new version, you can work around the problem by logging in to Google Services from your internet browser.
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- Google has issued a warning to Android users about a new update that may result in them being banned from using certain apps.
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