I am going to give you a step by step guide on how you can achieve this in the guide below. Follow the guide carefully and you will be up and running with the play services 1. Obtain the GSF (Google Service Framework) number Google has provided a way for non-Google certified Android ROMs to use their apps by verifying the GSF number of the device. For this you will need an app called Device ID from the Google Play Store to fetch it. Download the Device ID app using this link. Open the app and tap on the Google Service Framework (GSF) tab.
HOW TO FIX “Device not Verified by Google” PLAY STORE STATUS ON CUSTOM ROMS
HOW TO FIX “Device not Verified by Google” PLAY STORE STATUS ON CUSTOM ROMS
Hey guys, this another tutorial that teach you "How to Fix Device not Verified by Google Play Store Status on Custom Rom" The beauty of Android is that you can tweak and customize the operating system to any way that fits your preference. This flexibility has made many users to forget about the stock firmware completely and embrace the extra features that custom Roms bring.

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Lately, Google is aiming at a more secure Android environment and thus custom Roms have become scarce and even for the devices that they are available, there are some issues. One of the issues is the “Device not certified by Google” error that users face on Android phones running a custom Rom. This issue makes it impossible for you to use the device with Play services. You get constant annoying notifications that you need to have your device certified before you can use the Google Play Services. Luckily, there is an official way of sorting this issue and getting certified access to Google apps on the Play Store.


I am going to give you a step by step guide on how you can achieve this in the guide below. Follow the guide carefully and you will be up and running with the play services 


1. Obtain the GSF (Google Service Framework) number



Google has provided a way for non-Google certified Android ROMs to use their apps by verifying the GSF number of the device.
For this you will need an app called Device ID from the Google Play Store to fetch it. 
  • Download the Device ID app using this link.
  • Open the app and tap on the Google Service Framework (GSF) tab.
    HOW TO FIX “Device not Verified by Google” PLAY STORE STATUS ON CUSTOM ROMS
    HOW TO FIX “Device not Verified by Google” PLAY STORE STATUS ON CUSTOM ROMS
    • From the resulting pop-up window, press the Copy button


     2. Register your device

    Google has provided a specific service for unregistered device manufacturers to register their Android-based devices and make the most out of Google Play services. 

    HOW TO FIX “Device not Verified by Google” PLAY STORE STATUS ON CUSTOM ROMS
    HOW TO FIX “Device not Verified by Google” PLAY STORE STATUS ON CUSTOM ROMS

    • Use this link to go to the Google device registration website
    • Enter the GSF number you copied and paste it into the empty space at the bottom of the page and hit Register button.

    3. Clear Data and Cache for the Google Play Store app 


    • On your device, go to your Settings app and open Apps.
    • From the list of apps on your device, select Google Play Store
    • Open the Storage section and Clear both Data and Cache
    • Reboot your device
      Check whether the “Device not verified by Google” error has been resolved by trying to signup with your Gmail account. A successful resolution will mean you were able to signup without the uncertified message.

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