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This component automatically updates in the background on your Android device, and there’s no way for you — or the device’s manufacturer — to stop this from occurring.
Selecting "Continue Log-in" will provide access to desktop files, however network and some third-party applications will present dialog warnings because the keychain is locked.
Fortunately, the keychain can still be updated using the following method: Selecting "Create New Keychain" will result in the destruction of the original keychain and all associated passwords. In most cases, user simply do not know their saved passwords so passwords may need to be reset.
These updates affect devices all the way back to Android 2.3 Gingerbread and 2.2 Froyo, released in 2010.
For example, Google has added the Android Device Manager device-tracking feature to nearly all Android devices thanks to a Google Play Services update.
Just open the Google Settings app — this entire app was added via a Play Services update — tap Android Device Manager, and enable it.
Google has also added an app-scanning feature that scans sideloaded apps for malware if you choose to enable it, making older devices more secure.
When a manufacturer wants to release an Android device, they have to negotiate an agreement with Google to get the Google Play Store and Google apps on their devices.
As part of this agreement, Google reserves the right to update the Google Play Services component of Android on their own.
If a network or mobile account password is changed by an administrator, or if the password expires as part of a directory security policy, the keychain must be updated upon next login.
In most cases the OS will prompt the user with the message "The system was unable to unlock your login keychain", followed by these options…
This is Google’s real plan for battling Android fragmentation: Update as much of the operating system and its apps as possible without going through device manufacturers or carriers.