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Bad news for Huawei's: Google banned Huawei's use of Android - The Next Tech

Bad news for Huawei’s: Google banned Huawei’s use of Android

Alan Jackson
by Alan Jackson — 7 months ago in Security 1 min. read
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Google Suspends Business With Chinese Company

Google has barred phone manufacturer Huawei from some upgrades to the Android operating system, dealing a setback to the Chinese company.

Alphabet Inc’s Google has suspended business using Huawei that demands the transport of hardware and software products except those covered by open source licenses, a source near the issue told Reuters, in a setback to the Chinese tech firm the U.S. government has sought to blacklist across the world.

Huawei Technologies Co Ltd will immediately eliminate access to upgrades to the Android functioning platform, and the next version of its smartphones out China will also eliminate access to favorite services and applications development such as the Google Play Store along with Gmail program.

The move comes following the Trump government added Huawei into a listing of businesses that American companies can’t trade unless they have a license. Google has barred phone manufacturer Huawei from some upgrades to the Android operating system, dealing a setback to the Chinese company.

What does this mean for Huawei users?

Present Huawei smartphone consumers will have the ability to upgrade apps and push security fixes, in addition to upgrade Google Play services.

However, if Google launches the second version of Android after this calendar year, it might not be accessible on Huawei apparatus.

Future Huawei devices might no more have programs like YouTube and Maps.

Huawei can nevertheless use the edition of this Android operating system accessible through an open source licence.

Ben Wood, by the CCS Insight consultancy, said the move by Google could have”large implications for Huawei’s customer company”.

What can Huawei do about this?

Last Wednesday that the Trump government added Huawei to its”entity record ” which prohibits the business from acquiring engineering from US companies without government consent.

Alan Jackson
Alan Jackson

Alan is content editor manager of The Next Tech. He loves to share his technology knowledge with write blog and article. Besides this, He is fond of reading books, writing short stories, EDM music and football lover.

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