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For Huawei users' questions regarding our steps to comply w/ the recent US government actions: We assure you while we are complying with all US gov't requirements, services like Google Play & security from Google Play Protect will keep functioning on your existing Huawei device.
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Pat Sam. May 19
Replying to @Android
I am just a regular user. I like Android, but I will decide to ban the use of google if it disregard my opinion on what device to choose. This is my basic right. Google should try to keep its stance to stay neutral on this mess.
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~*Em.K*~ May 19
Replying to @Android
This is ridiculous. The P30 Pro is better than any iphone I've had and now because Trump is overreacting. I'm in support of Huawei and I hope a solution is found soon!
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Ranni #TeamDragonBug 🐉🐞 May 20
Replying to @MarySedai @Android
I have bought me the P30. I used Samsung for years. Now I've had the P30 for almost a month and I'm so excited about the mobile phone that I don't really want to go back to Samsung anymore D:
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Fouad May 19
Replying to @Android
If Huawei released a new OS I will start to use and I will start to find other service providers for the ones that google offers like gmail.
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Teme (特米) May 19
Replying to @fouadromieh @Android
I already using Huawei's own calendar, browser, email and app gallery store.
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Maho May 19
Replying to @Android
Is not about keep functioning. What if tomorrow Trump decides to put Samsung or Xiaomi on that black list? As users, consumers and customers we need to know you're looking for us, not for that crazy man craziness
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Alx May 19
Replying to @mahoricioo @Android
Samsung is Korean so it will not. But Xiaomi or other brands could have problems.
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Someone May 19
Replying to @Android
So because of a US law, you actually punish millions of international users by banning them? How can consumers outside the US trust you at all? I'm just wondering what's next.
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Marc May 19
Replying to @photolsen @Android
Like it or not, Android now belongs to Google, and Google is US based, which means it HAS to comply with the US government or face severe consequences, because as big as Google might be, the US government still has more power over it. Stop blaming Google/Android.
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