Google Maps, Gmail and YouTube will stop working from today on these Android phones

Google has recently withdrawn support of YouTube, Gmail, Google Maps and many Android applications for select Android devices and this news are especially for those Android users who are still using the outdated version. Google has recently announced that smartphones running Android 2.3.7 or lower version Smartphone will not be able to access many Android applications like YouTube, Gmail, Google Maps.

Android 2.3.7 update was launched in December 2010 and today after 10 years Google has taken this decision to keep the data and privacy of its users safe. Google had said in its statement that since September, if you are showing an error while logging in to your Gmail ID, then understand that your smartphone is running with the outdated version and if you want to access your accounts regularly, then you should have a new smartphone. Must purchase Android 3.0 or above.

List of Android smartphones in which Google applications will stop running from today

1) Sony Xperia Advance

2) Lenovo K800

3) Sony Xperia Go

4) Vodafone Smart II,

5) Samsung Galaxy S2

6) Sony Xperia P

7) LG Spectrum

8) Sony Xperia S

9) LG Prada 3.0

10) HTC Velocity

11) HTC Evo 4G

12) Motorola Fire

13) Motorola XT532

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