There are billions of users in the world using Android phones with different Android versions. Every Android version has its own specifications and features. We need to upgrade the android software from time to time so that we get new features, privacy and security will be more stronger. With the older Android version you use, your phone will be slow down and security risks will increase. Now, Google stops support google apps on old android phones soon.
Why Google Stops Support Google Apps on Old Android Phones Soon
Google no longer supports sign-in on Android phones with version 2.7 and below. The change will take effect on September 27, according to a post that Google sent to users. In the email, users are encouraged to upgrade to Android 3.0 Honeycomb to keep using Google Apps even after September. This will affect system and app level sign-in. But users will still be able to sign into Gmail, Google Search, Google Drive, YouTube and other Google services through your phone’s browser.
Google posted a screenshot of an email sent to users who might be affected by this change. Very few people use older versions of Android, and Google clearly does so to protect user data and maintain account security. Starting September 27, users of Android version 2.7 or below will receive a “username or password error” every time they try to log into any of the Google apps downloaded to their phone.
These emails seem like a warning to some users who are still using old software and urge them to update their software or change their phone.
They will also receive an error if they try to add or create a new one. Google account or factory reset and try signing in again. Users of previous versions of Android will get an error if they try to change their Google account password, which will log the user out of all devices and try to sign in again. The password error will still appear even after deleting the account from the device and trying to read it.
Basically, there will be no way for Android v2.7 and below software users, and it’s best to look for alternatives to continue using Google apps and services without any issue.
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