Android 14 will block very old sideloaded apps from running
Android 14 is a new version of the Android operating system, which will include a feature that prevents very old sideloaded apps from running. Sideloading refers to the process of installing an app from a source other than the official app store.
The code change in Android 14 is intended to prevent old apps from being installed or running on devices, in order to better protect users from malware.
As a result, apps must be at least based on Android 6.0 in order to be installed on devices running Android 14. This is expected to reduce the risk of malware being installed on devices through sideloaded apps.
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