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I would like to know what it means when Google Play Protect certifies a device. My Moto G6 (Ali) is not certified in the Play Store.

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Is there any way to certify my device? Currently, it's running a soak test OTA firmware from Motorola. Is there a problem if my device isn't certified ?

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See your Play Protect certification status Google Play Help answers you :

What it means if your device isn't Play Protect certified

If your device is not Play Protect certified, Google doesn’t have a record of the Android compatibility test results.

Keep in mind that:

  • Devices that aren't Play Protect certified may not be secure.

  • Devices that aren't Play Protect certified may not get Android system updates, or app updates.

  • Google apps on devices that aren't Play Protect certified aren't licensed and may not be real Google apps.

  • Apps and features on devices that aren't Play Protect certified may not work correctly.

  • Data on devices that aren't Play Protect certified may not back up securely.

What to do if your device isn’t Play Protect certified?

If your device isn't Play Protect certified, we recommend contacting your device manufacturer. Ask for a fully tested, Play Protect certified device.

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