In a move that will take effect tomorrow, Microsoft has begun blocking Android’s smart recovery online service.
This service allows Windows 10 users to easily install apps and recover data on their devices using Google Play Services.
Google’s app store and Google Play services provide apps for many of the popular Android operating systems, including the latest Android and iOS.
It’s also where most people download apps from, but Android’s developers often work with Google to improve the app’s functionality and make it even more attractive.
In this case, Microsoft is blocking the service because it blocks Google Play Store.
That means Google’s own Android app stores and Google services won’t be available.
But Google will still be able to provide apps to other Android users, and it’ll still be possible to install third-party apps on Android devices using its own developer tools.
Microsoft says it has been working with Google on this change.
This means if you’ve installed an Android app on your device, you won’t need to worry about Google’s efforts to block your recovery app, as it’ll be available on other Android devices.
But it’s worth noting that Microsoft hasn’t yet announced the changes to Android’s developer tools, which will be announced soon.
The company has also removed support for Android’s stock Android operating system from its Windows Phone app store.
Microsoft also announced today that it will remove the ability to create a recovery profile for Android devices from its Office 365 service.
That feature allows Windows users to install applications on Android phones and tablets, and then install them on their PC or Mac.
Microsoft’s move comes as the tech giant has been trying to persuade the US government to grant Android devices and the developers of its mobile operating system access to its developer tools for free.
Microsoft said in October that it was “committed to supporting Android devices through the Windows Device Experience Program,” which allows Android users to get device-specific applications and support services for free through Microsoft.
This will likely be a major priority for Microsoft as it tries to bring its services to a wider audience of users.