Google is going to stop sign-in for users having old android versions

Google will stop sign-in for users running old versions of Android. People are receiving emails written “Signing in to your account on Google apps will no longer be supported on phones with Android version 2.3.7 or lower starting Sep. 27”.

This means that you will no longer be able to sign in on the old versions of the android.The old versions that will not be valid for login are following 1.0 G1(2008), 1.1,1.5 Cupcake(2009), 1.6 Donut(2009), 2.0 Eclair(2009), 2.2 Froyo(2010), and 2.3 Gingerbread(2011). In addition, Google says that this step is to protect privacy. When action will take you will see a username or password error while logging in to the apps.

Google already informed the following errors while signing in to google apps:

  • Create an account on the device

  • Remove your account from the device and sign-in again

  • Change your password either on the same or other devices

  • Sign again after a factory reset.

  • You will see these errors on the screen if you are having old versions of the android. So for the protection of your privacy google has taken this step for a better user experience.

You must update the android version 3 or above for continuing google services. While a user can sign in to the phone’s browser. By signing in to the google browser you can use Google services.

Upgrade to android version 3 or above as Google will end up services the old versions of the android 2.3.7 or below. This action will be taken from coming 27 September 2021.


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