Google kills gingerbread starting September of 2021

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s4goa

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If you do a factory reset after September of 2021, Google will not allow the SGY to sign in or make a new account.

as you CANNOT POSSIBLY get past this step upon factory reset, your SGY is now "bricked", courtesy of of googl corporation. googl says they do it "to keep ure account safe".

oh, how thoughtful of googl, right ? only Honeycomb 3.0 and younger android will keep working for a while until googl decides to brick them as well.
 
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If you do a factory reset after September of 2021, Google will not allow the SGY to sign in or make a new account.

as you CANNOT POSSIBLY get past this step upon factory reset, your SGY is now "bricked", courtesy of of googl corporation. googl says they do it "to keep ure account safe".

oh, how thoughtful of googl, right ? only Honeycomb 3.0 and younger android will keep working for a while until googl decides to brick them as well.
But i did a factory reset in my galaxy y duos and it works normaly only the google accont does not sign in.
 

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    Thats sad i use a duos model of the galaxy y and i did need to install cm 11 to be able to use the playstore again.
    how did you log in to google?
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    If you do a factory reset after September of 2021, Google will not allow the SGY to sign in or make a new account.

    as you CANNOT POSSIBLY get past this step upon factory reset, your SGY is now "bricked", courtesy of of googl corporation. googl says they do it "to keep ure account safe".

    oh, how thoughtful of googl, right ? only Honeycomb 3.0 and younger android will keep working for a while until googl decides to brick them as well.
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    Thats sad i use a duos model of the galaxy y and i did need to install cm 11 to be able to use the playstore again.
    how did you log in to google?