Google will not allow you to sign in with extremely old Android versions after September 27th

Reddit clients and 91mobiles have discovered that Google will at this point not let you sign into the organization’s applications on gadgets running Android 2.3.7 (Gingerbread) or lower from September 27th forward. You can in any case sign in on the web, yet you’ll need to update to at least the tablet-just Android 3.0 (realistically, Android 4.0) assuming you need to keep away from significant issues while checking Gmail or exploring with Google Maps.

The cutoff is important to ensure account privacy, Google said in an email to clients. We’ve inquired as to whether can expound on its thinking.

This will not influence everyday phone use for some individuals, as you may figure. Gingerbread and prior Android releases have so little utilization share that they’ve been lumped into the “other” category for years, and the hardware as of now battles to deal with numerous modern tasks. Be that as it may, it denotes an uncommon case of Google removing fundamental usefulness for older Android versions, not simply OS updates or Play Services features. Consider this Google setting a standard — you’ll require a gadget updated within the last decade to get at least rudimentary support.