Bad news for Android users. Google has announced no support for Google Maps, YouTube, and Gmail in Android phones with older operating systems. The company says that users with older Android operating systems will not log in to Google Accounts in the UK from September 27.
According to Google, users using Android version 2.3 (Android 2.3) will not use Google Maps, YouTube, and Gmail from September 27. This information has been received from the report of Express UK. However, it has not been clarified by the company whether Indian users will use Google’s mobile app or not.
The company believes that the Android 2.3 version (Android 2.3) has become too old. In such a situation, the personal data of users can be leaked. Therefore, it has been decided not to support Google Maps, YouTube, and Gmail on the old platform. This will keep the data of the users safe. Let us know that Android 2.3 Gingerbread was launched in the year 2010.
To use Google’s mobile apps, the user must have a device with at least Android version 3.0. For this, users can update the software by going to the phone’s settings or buy a device with the latest Android 11.
Google has recently launched the last beta version of the latest Android 12. Many features have been improved in Android 12 Beta 5. Along with this, the Google Clock app has also been redesigned in the update. Apart from this, users will get a device control shortcut in the new beta update. Through this, users will be able to use smart devices easily. It is expected that the company will release the stable update of this version soon
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