Two years ago, Google instated a limit on how many devices you could remove from access to your Google Play Music account. The maximum amount of devices allowed on each account was and is ten, but at that time, you could only remove and replace four devices a year. This limitation rightly caused an outrage, and Google removed that restriction.
Unfortunately, as of this week, Google has started reinforcing that limit once more. While this may not seem to be a problem to the average Android user, any time a factory reset is done, or a new ROM is loaded onto a device, the device is duplicated on your Google Play max limit. So, for all of the tinkerers out there (and let’s face it, almost all of the tinkerers in the world use Android), this is very bad news. However, according to a Google rep, your entire collection of authorized devices can be reset if you call in and make a special request. While this will be a huge bother, it’s better than nothing.
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Source: Android Police