YouTube has been one of the most used online platforms throughout history and especially in this pandemic, which has become one of the biggest sources of information and entertainment for trying to escape confinement.
However, there is bad news for those who usually watch YouTube on their mobile phones, as the platform will soon not be able to use it on some Android models.
Google announced in recent days that some of its tools, including YouTube, will stop working on devices running Android 2.3.7 or earlier, and they won’t be able to sign in to their accounts from September 27, which will also prevent them from entering Gmail, Google Maps and the Play Store. Play.
“If you sign in to your device after September 27, you may get username or password errors when trying to use Google products and services like Gmail, YouTube, and Maps,” explained Zach Pollack of Google Support.
It should be noted that phones with version 2.3.7 are the ones released in September 2011, so a decade after its release, Google considers it too old to process its services.
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