Google Duo may stop working for uncertified Android devices, report says


Google Duo will stop working on some Android smartphones in the near future and the users will need an alternative app to migrate to. As per a code spotted by 9to5Google in the new update’s code of the video-calling app. Following the Google Messages app’s footsteps, the Google Duo will stop working on uncertified devices.

Uncertified Android devices are those which are not tested by Google and do not come with Play services and a suite of Google apps pre-installed. One of the notable smartphone brands which is set to lose support for Google Duo will be Huawei. For users who purchased a smartphone from brands like Nokia, Samsung, OnePlus, Vivo, Oppo and others, Google Duo will continue to run smoothly.

For users that will lose Google Duo support, a message will flash when they open the app, “Duo is going away soon. Because you’re using an unsupported device, Duo will unregister your account on this device soon. Download your Clips and call history to avoid losing them.”

As per the code, uncertified Android device users will get up to March 31 2021 to download their data before it vanishes. There is also an additional grace period of 14 days after that. However, there is no confirmed update from the tech giant about when the app will stop working on these devices.

Google Duo is one of the best video-calling apps on the Android platform which can add up to 32 participants at once. It has over one billion downloads on the Google Play Store and an impressive rating of 4.5. For uncertified Android users, alternative video-calling apps include WhatsApp, FB Messenger, Zoom, JioMeet, Snapchat, and others.


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