If your rooted and constantly re-ROM’d Android device gets its music fix from Google Music, then you might wanna slow things down a bit. Those crafty chaps over at XDA Developers have combed through Google’s terms of service and have uncovered a stipulation that limits the number of de-authorizations to four per year. This potentially affects rooted users that like to switch up ROMs, as each time you flash your device it counts as a new authorization in the eyes of Google Music. So, if you’re an Android fan sporting a tablet or smartphone, you may want to pump your brakes on the heavy ROM swapping. Either that, or find a new mobile music medium.

[via: XDA Developers]