Source: Dan Thorp-Lancaster / Windows Central
There comes a time in most every app’s life when it has to officially say goodbye to older versions of Android. Such is the case for Microsoft Teams, which is now formally bidding adieu to Android 5, 6, and 7. Support for those operating system iterations ends in 2022.
Here’s Microsoft’s timeline for the support cutoffs. It’s different for each operating system version:
- Android 5 – The retirement of Android 5 will start in early March (3/1/2022) and complete by mid-March
- Android 6 – The retirement of Android 6 will start in early July (7/1/2022) and complete by mid-July. There will be no active development and bug fixes for this OS version after that, but we will continue to provide last supported version in the play store till September 2022.
- Android 7 – The retirement of Android 7 will start in early September (9/1/2022) and complete by mid-Sept. There will be no active development and bug fixes on the build after that, but we will continue to provide last supported version in the play store till December 2022.
Take note that with Android 6 and 7, you’ll be able to grab Teams in the Play Store up to two months after support ends. The only advice Microsoft gives for users affected by the Android OS retirements is to upgrade to a newer version of Android.
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