The temporary extension agreement between us enterprises and Huawei has expired: Android update may be cut off

It’s been more than a year since the U.S. ban forced Google to cut off supplies to Huawei, but the license, which has been constantly updated, allows the two companies to work together and continue to support Android updates to phones already in the hands of consumers. But now, the license has expired. < p > < p > the general license that allows Google to work with Huawei to maintain current mobile phones has expired since last Thursday to help rural communities in the United States, whose networks rely on Huawei’s equipment, to provide time to buy new devices, 9to5google reported. < / P > < p > the U.S. Department of Commerce said in an email that the license provides “an opportunity for Huawei equipment users and telecom providers to continue to temporarily operate these devices and existing networks, while speeding up the transition to alternative suppliers.” < p > < p > the it home learned that as for the Android update of Huawei’s devices, Google confirmed that it was this expired license that enabled the company to assist in supporting the current Huawei smartphones and tablets in updating support. The company also noted that a February statement discussed this support and advised users not to sideload google apps on new Huawei devices. Continue ReadingStraight screen S20! Samsung Galaxy S20 Fe exposure: 1Hz high brush + snapdragon 865