While our recent updates have sought to minimise this error, it usually occurs with phones that:

  • Run developer versions of Android.
  • Are rooted, have root management apps installed, are running a custom ROM, or where the factory software was modified. 
  • Use Samsung MyKnox.
  • Are untested and haven’t been approved by Google.
  • Have an unlocked bootloader.

Phones most commonly affected by the above are Xiaomi, OnePlus, ZTE and Huawei models.  We are working to further minimise this issue.

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