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I am not able to access the google play music because my country isn't supported. I used VPN with a US account and it asked me to login. When I used my email, I receive the error again that my country is unsupported. Is there any other option? You help is highly appreciated.

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A quick google search gave me this. Try this and see if it works. – Papul Mar 31 '13 at 18:53
See also: How can I circumvent regional restrictions in the Android Market?. @Papul you might want to make that an answer, including an excerpt of the description. Sounds promising. – Izzy Apr 20 '13 at 17:46

It's because your e-mail was created using a Philippine IP address.

If you have a Android phone, root it. Note that this voids warranty, and may have a chance of bricking your phone.

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Does rooting help? Will it let OP access Google Play from Philippines? – geffchang Sep 9 '13 at 7:11
Rooting will not solve the OP's question at all, since Google's geolocation restriction are done via IP checking on their servers, not your device. – Michelfrancis Bustillos Dec 22 '15 at 14:57

You can use a VPN such as Hideninja free/paid on Google Play. It will bypass geo restrictions.

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You have to create a gmail account using an US-based IP address. For that install any VPN app, run it, selecting the country as US, or any other country that supports Google Play Music. Then create a gmail account from the phone itself. Log into it, and you're done.

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