Android users still using version 2.3.7 should be prepared for future restrictions. As Google Announces that you will no longer be able to sign in to Google services from September if this or that version of the Android version is installed on the device. The cybersecurity company justifies this as a security measure.
This means you will not be able to sign in to your Google Account on this device. It also shows other events that can cause problems. After resetting your password, you will not be able to sign in again. Unable to register even after factory reset. Additionally, you can no longer create an account on such a device.
Android: Google recommends upgrading to a higher version
In practice, this action will only affect a very small number of users. Android 2.3.7 was released in September 2011 almost ten years ago. The majority of Android users now have newer devices anyway.
If this is possible on the device, Google recommends updating to Android 3.0 or older. Alternatively, in the future you will be able to access Google services through the device’s web browser under 2.3.7.
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