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    • The same message keeps appearing despite enabling the indicated Youtube will not run without Google Play services, which are not compatible with your device
    • @zetaperu From MicroG official site:
    • CASE: YOUTUBE Install NanoMod-microG-14.x but when I run Youtube I get this message (I attached the image)
      CASE: GMAIL

      Gmail will not run without Google Play services, which are not compatible with your device.
      Any solution? Will there be a solution regarding the configuration of gmail?
      Gmail will not run without Google Play services, which are not compatible with your device. CASE: microG and self-Check The microG settings are like this:
      (I tried to activate the spoofing of signatures but does not let it activate) as advised in the updated post
      Something I can solve?
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