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At the moment a large number of popular website are dropping support for all SSL/TLS versions below TLS1.2 because of the known vulnerabilities in TLS1.1/TLS1.0 and older. Your device is very very old and does not support TLS1.2 therefore you can't connect to certain sites like https://wikipedia.org which requires TLS 1.2 according to the test of SSLLabs. ...


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Qualified yes, but it becomes more difficult (and depending on the features required impossible) Devices with Google Play has a set of built in services - Google Play Services - which is provided for free (or nearly so) for apps. These services include Location & Maps, push messaging (was Google Cloud Messaging, now Firebase Cloud Messaging), Google ...


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You are free to build any app for unsupported versions of Android. However, you won't be able to publish on Google Play Store (if you intend to). From an article published when Google ended support for ICS: First, Google won’t allow developers to publish apps that support the API level for ICS — that’s API 14 and 15. That means the oldest supported ...


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