- Google will not enable users to login to Google account on older Android Smartphones.
- It will be stopped on September 27.
- With the new decision, Android Gingerbread powered Smartphones will be affected.
The Android Gingerbread was introduced in 2010 and the search engine giant Google stopped its support a couple of years back. However, the Android operating system is running on a small number of Smartphones, but as per a new piece of information Google will disappoint the users who are using the older version of Android.
According to the latest information, users who are using older smartphones which are running on Android Gingerbread or low will not able to login to Google account. It is also said that the company has informed the new decision via email to the users of the older Android operating system.
The search engine giant Google will implement the new decision on September 27 this year and after the deadline, users will not able to use the device with the Google account.
It is worth mentioning that there are a very small amount of Smartphones are running on Android Gingerbread or low at this moment of time and it is time to upgrade as the company already stopped the support for the older version of the operating system.
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