Google will no longer send updates to Huawei smartphones, here's why

By Yasmin Ahmed: Google will stop supporting older Huawei phones in the US as the temporary general license (TGL) issued by the US government to the c...
By Yasmin Ahmed: Google will stop supporting older Huawei phones in the US as the temporary general license (TGL) issued by the US government to the company has expired. The license ensures Google-certified Huawei smartphones to receive updates for the Google apps and services.Huawei is losing Android operating system updates, a source close to the matter told Reuters, and Huawei's upcoming phones outside China will no longer get access to apps and services.
Huawei Answers about Future Android Updates & Support from Google! - HUAWEI Community We use cookies to improve our site and your experience. By continuing to browse our site you accept our cookie policy. Find out more Thread Details - HUAWEI Community Home PRODUCTS Smartphone PC Tablet Wearable Audio Vision Router Accessories HarmonyOS 3 EMUIAfter this suspension, Huawei's new smartphones outside China will likely lose access to popular apps and services, namely the Google Play store, the Gmail app, YouTube, and the Google Maps.
To put it simpler terms, Huawei will no longer have access to Google's security updates and technical support, and future devices will no longer have apps such as YouTube and Google Maps. As clarified by the BBC in a report, Huawei can continue to use the Android operating system since that's available through an open source license.Google has announced that upcoming Huawei phones will not have access to the Google Play app store, due to the ongoing US government ban on sales to Huawei. Following Google's initial suspension of dealings with Huawei in May this year, and subsequent reprieve on existing devices, news has now filtered through as to the impact on upcoming devices.Google told Reuters: 'Google Play and the security protections from Google Play Protect will continue to function on existing Huawei devices.' Whether that changes in future remains to be seen. It's also not yet clear whether this will affect devices globally, or only phones serviced by Google in the US.As one of the world’s leading technology companies, Google’s decision to stop supporting Huawei devices will have a significant impact on the smartphone market. Google’s Android operating system is the most popular mobile platform in the world, and Huawei is the second largest smartphone manufacturer. Google’s decision to stop .
Reuters reports that Google has put gears in motion to stop working with Huawei on future Android updates and device certifications after an executive order and subsequent U.S. Commerce.
Google apps come with a variety of services and can be found on any Android smartphone. Huawei was also in the same club but everything was changed since the events of May 2019 that lead us towards the removable of Google Mobile Services from phones launched after the above-mentioned timeline.. Time to dive into why you cannot access Google apps pre-built into new Huawei phones.

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