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First Android Phones To Kill 32-Bit App Support Were Pixel 7, Pro


The first two Android devices to do so are Google's Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro.

Google hasn't formally acknowledged this change, and in practise, it won't have much of an impact because most applications have been 64-bit for years and Apple quietly stopped supporting 32-bit apps on its iPhones back in 2017.

However, users have discovered they are unable to sideload a number of 32-bit applications, including an earlier version of Flappy Birds.

First Android Phones To Kill 32-Bit App Support Were Pixel 7, Pro



The fact that the new Pixel phones don't run a 64-bit-only variant of Android points to a hardware problem.

Google shows the notice "app not installed since the app isn't compatible with your phone" when users attempt to instal 32-bit programmes.

It is anticipated that the next Pixel tablet would be the first Android device to come pre-installed with a 64-bit-only version of Android 13.
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