I have an old (well not _that_ old) Huawei tablet that has had Norton 360 installed for some time. I recently noticed that the icon for Norton 360 was different from other Android devices, so checked the version level:
Huawei M3 lite tablet has Norton 360 at 18.104.22.168909032
New Moto G31 'phone has Norton 360 at 22.214.171.124729004
The Norton 360 app gives no clue anything is amiss, but when I delve into settings > apps and onward to Play Store to look for an update I'm told that "This app is no longer compatible with your device. Contact the developers for more info."
I bought Norton 360 for confidence, and it's been destroyed in an instant !
Worse still, I note that this device still counts as one of my ten installs. OUCH !
Does anyone know what is going on, did Norton simply stop supporting Android 7 devices (sneakily and silently) or has the US government imposed yet more sanctions on Huawei ?
An even older (Samsung) tablet running Android 6.0.1, on which I never put 360 before, also reports "not compatible with this version". No hint what version might be compatible.
Is 360 only suitable for those who keep all of their hardware bang up-to date ?