In order to protect the privacy of user accounts, and according to the opinions of information security experts about old operating systems and their vulnerability to hacking by hackers, Google also announced that the few smartphones running Android Jelly Bean that are still in use will soon not be able to benefit from Google Play services .
Google cuts its services from millions of phones:
As of Monday, any device running Android 2.3 or earlier will no longer be able to sign in to a Google account or take advantage of Google Play services.
This means that anyone using older versions of Google’s mobile operating system on their smartphones will not be able to use their accounts on Google apps such as Gmail, Google Search, Google Drive, or even YouTube, after the mentioned deadline. .
In an email sent to users, Google suggests updating devices to Android 3.0 or later.