Pre-Installed Apps will update without a Google account

Last Updated on by Prosenjit Dey

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The report has come day by day data breaching is now become a common issue, due to keeping this word, Google has decided you Android device apps will soon update without a Google account for security reason.

Google is testing its automatic update since 2014 such as you can see pre-installed apps like Play-Store and all.

If your device runs on Android API Version 21 or Later (Android Jellybean and higher). you still won’t be able to install new apps from the Play Store without signing in first. That policy won’t be changing — this will only affect pre-installed apps.

Google says it is just testing this new feature, but since it is asking third-party developers to update their apps, it’s likely this will be a permanent policy change at some point soon.

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