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Big move from Google! Apps like Gmail, YouTube, Maps will no longer run in these Smartphones, see the full list

If you have an Android phone with an older version, then Google’s apps will not work on it. Keeping in mind the security, the company has taken this decision. Let’s know about it….

Google has announced that it will withdraw support for Google Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Play Store and many other popular apps from millions of older phones using older versions of Android from Monday, September 27. Users will not be able to sign in when they try to use these apps. According to the news of Livemint, smartphones running Android 2.3.7 or less will no longer be able to use Google’s app. This version of the mobile operating system was launched in December 2010. 

Google Apps will not run in these Android phones

“As part of our ongoing efforts to keep our users safe, as of September 27, 2021, Google will no longer allow sign-in on Android devices running Android 2.3.7 or lower,” Google said in a statement. Let’s go. If you sign in to your device after September 27, you will not be able to use Gmail, YouTube, and Maps if you try to.

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Google has requested users to update to Android 3.0 or higher to continue using their apps and services if their device supports it. It has been said that not being able to update to the newer version of Android OS will result in an error while trying to access the apps.

Which Apps Will Stop Working?

– Gmail

– YouTube

– Google Maps

– Google Play Store

– Google Calendar

– and other Google apps

Which phones will no longer be able to run these apps?

– Sony Asperia 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

– Motorola XT532

Users who are unable to upgrade to Android 3.0 or above can try to log in to their Google Account on their device’s web browser. You can still use some Google services on your device’s web browser after you are logged into Google.

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