Google Severed Huawei's Access to Key Android Apps and Services

Report: Huawei Loses Google's Help With Android

Google Will Deny Future Huawei Phones Access To Google Services and Android Updates

For the future, if the status quo remains unchanged, Huawei could only use AOSP versions with no Google Play Store, Gmail, and YouTube apps.

A new report from Reuters today says that Google has cut some business ties to Chinese tech giant Huawei following the U.S. government placing the company on a trade blacklist.

Huawei still has access to the open source version of Android which doesn't include any proprietary apps and services from Google.

Google had clarified that the Play Store services on Huawei devices wouldn't be affected, and users can keep updating their apps.

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Huawei was added to the US Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) Entity List on 15 May 2019; that list restricts the transfer of technology US technology to Huawei, with the BIS saying that: "Huawei is engaged in activities that are contrary to US national security or foreign policy interest".

"We are complying with the order and reviewing the implications", Google spokesperson told Reuters. Also, Huawei is also working on its own operating system in a move to future proof their devices. Honor, a sub-brand of Huawei, had been set to launch the Honor 20 on Tuesday May 21, in London - it's unclear what will now happen.

The tech company is understood to have ended Huawei smartphones from accessing apps like Gmail, YouTube and Google Maps.

While Huawei makes a number of its own components for smartphones including its Kirin HiSilicon chips and even modems, it still requires a number of other components from USA companies. A report over the weekend said that Google is already adhering to the ban, having suspended ties with Huawei for the time being. Some users have taken Google for granted in Android while in fact the system can run fine, if not better, without any Google app.

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It's part of the fallout from the USA government's decision to add Huawei to a trade blacklist last Thursday.

Several countries have raised concerns that Huawei gear could be used by China for surveillance, allegations the company has vehemently denied.

Huawei says it has spent the past few years preparing a contingency plan by developing its own technology in case it is blocked from using Android. And starting with its next round of smartphones, it will also lose access to Google apps. The move was widely understood as a ban on Huawei products, and now we're starting to see the fallout.

Huawei isn't barred from using Android's open-source components, which are freely available to any organization so long as they abide by the licensing terms.

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