Technology Microsoft Teams: Support for Android 4.4 ends on August 1st

09:30  06 july  2020
09:30  06 july  2020 Source:   drwindows.de

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The mobile app from Microsoft Teams for Android requires at least Android 5.0 from August 1st. Android 4.4 was previously the oldest supported version. The Build from Teams for Android will be the last to support Android 4.4.

After August 1st, teams on appropriate devices will not quit the service, but will remain usable. However, there are no more updates, and at some point when server-side changes require a newer version, it will be over.

Android is known for the fact that sometimes very old versions are still widespread. Android 4.4, codenamed "KitKat", was released on October 31, 2013. Reliable statistics on how widespread it is are difficult to find, but it can be assumed that 4-5 percent of all Android smartphones with version 4.4 are still on the move. The new minimum version 5.0 has more than twice as many users, so it will certainly take some time before the support can be turned off.

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