Google is reportedly blocking uncertified devices from running the company’s GApps (Google Apps) like Maps, Play Store, and more. As per a report by XDA Developers, users on uncertified devices running a new Android version, which is compiled after March 16, 2018, are unable to log into their Google account. This new change also affects custom ROM developers, who keep compiling and trying new builds of customised Android OS. However, they do have some sort of relief from Google as they can register their device ID, or as per the report, their IMEI numbers with the company to be whitelisted. A user can register up to 100 devices.
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