End of season for… Jelly Bean! Google terminates support for Play Services for Android 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3!

The Jelly Bean Android 4.1 appeared back in the distant 2012 and was considered one of the most popular versions of its operating system Google. This happened because he offered several improvements as was for example the most smooth UI, Google Now, Android Beam (not particularly used), the ability to mute στα notifications and a number of audio enhancements (AAC support, multi-channel audio, etc.).

Of course, we all know that time is of the essence relentless in the world of technology, for that and 9 years look like… centuries. And yet Google continued all this time and argued almost obsolete version of its OS. However, now the time crew has arrived and as it became known to end of August is expected to be released in last update (21.30.99). According to Google, at the moment it is estimated that they exist only in 1% from active Android devices, which “wear” versions 4.1, 4.2, 4.3 of the Android operating system. The end of it support will help Google development teams focus more on the latest releases (Older versions of Android OS require a lot more security and programming effort).


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