Google wants U.S. government to lift the ban imposed on Huawei

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Due to the U.S. government formally the inclusion of Huawei in the list of companies granted we have to deal with American companies, it has led to the loss of the company Huawei support from the likes of Google. However, it seems that Huawei has found an unlikely ally in Google because, according to a new report released recently from the Financial Times, it seems that Google is pushing the U.S. government to lift the ban on Huawei.

According to the report, it appears that Google feel to remove Huawei from the Android may lead to the emergence of bad news for national security. This is because Google believes that through the fragmentation of Android, will become the operating system of weak allowing foreign players to enter it.

It is largely expected that the company Huawei to establish a special operating system, which some believe that it will continue to be based on the system of Android rough AOSP, which will lead mainly to the release version off of the Android will not be supported by or protected by security features in the Google Play Store and security updates that are released by Google every month.

The argument is that if someone has an Android phone secure something to your Huawei Android hacker, This may lead to data theft, which was supposed to be encrypted. However, we still have to wait to see whether the U.S. government will be convinced on the grounds of Google or not, but at the moment, the company has been awarded Huawei a deadline of 90 days until the ban is valid.

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