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Now Google Play Wants To Block Rooted Andriod Devices, What’s Next? by liumesty(m): 7:38pm On Jun 05, 2017
There has been a new advancement lately in Google play service and it isn’t a good recognition for those with rooted Andriod devices. We all know how much Google modify their Terms of Services, they are at it again. Google has decided to stop Google Play Store FULL services on rooted devices. Visualise how an Andriod device would seem like without their service. I once used an Andriod device that couldn’t work with Google play store and it wasn’t as fun as I thought it would be, I can imagine the pinch app lovers with rooted Android phones would face.

A majority of Andriod phones used are rooted for full occupancy/accessibility/control of your device. Right now, Almost everything we can do with a root Andriod device is now possible with the latest versions (when not rooted), this means there isn’t any visual need for a rooted device.

Find out why they are blocking Rooted andriod device and how to fix this. Here http://nolligist.com/2017/06/now-google-play-wants-block-rooted-andriod-devices-whats-next.html

Re: Now Google Play Wants To Block Rooted Andriod Devices, What’s Next? by ddjay: 7:52pm On Jun 05, 2017
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Re: Now Google Play Wants To Block Rooted Andriod Devices, What’s Next? by Phonefanatic: 8:11pm On Jun 05, 2017
Impossible!! I repeat impossible
Re: Now Google Play Wants To Block Rooted Andriod Devices, What’s Next? by bamdly(m): 4:57am On Jun 06, 2017
Please don't do dis
Re: Now Google Play Wants To Block Rooted Andriod Devices, What’s Next? by femi4: 5:14am On Jun 06, 2017
I only use Google play to update apps. You can download apk files elsewhere like latestapk
Re: Now Google Play Wants To Block Rooted Andriod Devices, What’s Next? by Couzy21(m): 6:48am On Jun 06, 2017
When ma blackmart still dey on my rooted android
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Re: Now Google Play Wants To Block Rooted Andriod Devices, What’s Next? by 4peace(m): 7:37am On Jun 06, 2017
liumesty:
There has been a new advancement lately in Google play service and it isn’t a good recognition for those with rooted Andriod devices. We all know how much Google modify their Terms of Services, they are at it again. Google has decided to stop Google Play Store FULL services on rooted devices. Visualise how an Andriod device would seem like without their service. I once used an Andriod device that couldn’t work with Google play store and it wasn’t as fun as I thought it would be, I can imagine the pinch app lovers with rooted Android phones would face.

A majority of Andriod phones used are rooted for full occupancy/accessibility/control of your device. Right now, Almost everything we can do with a root Andriod device is now possible with the latest versions (when not rooted), this means there isn’t any visual need for a rooted device.

Find out why they are blocking Rooted andriod device and how to fix this. Here http://nolligist.com/2017/06/now-google-play-wants-block-rooted-andriod-devices-whats-next.html

Nice blog by the way but fonts style used is off.
For your personal use only,that is okay but for public it is no way
IMO

To the topic
With what i understand I dont think playstore service will be shut but playstore will restrict rooted devices access to their app and its already started with Netflix.

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