After the Trump administration's moves last week to restrict the Chinese company's ability to work with USA -based suppliers, Google suspended Huawei's Android license - a move that would make it impossible for Huawei-built phones to get software and security updates while also cutting off access to Google-built apps like Gmail and services like the Google Play store.
This means United States companies, such as Google, can not trade with Huawei (or any company on the list) without a special license.
"We don't want to do harm to friends", he said.
Just a couple of days after Huawei found its way onto a USA government trade ban list, the telecommunications giant has been given a 90-day reprieve. And if the US can attack Huawei's business, they can attack any worldwide business in the future, according to Liu. "Who can trust US companies now?" some tweeters asked.
Trump's move, said to be motivated by spying concerns amid a trade war with China, in a single blow could derail Huawei's ambitions to overtake Samsung as the world's biggest phone maker.
"Don't point your fingers at USA firms".
Huawei NZ deputy chief executive Andrew Bowater says there's no need for owners of the company's phones to panic or return them to retailers after restricted on the software services.
Yu said the USA government move was a "big surprise for me", especially as Android is a consumer product "that has no relationship to network security issues".
"In short, this licence will allow operations to continue for existing Huawei mobile phone users and rural broadband networks".
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It's unclear if the 90-day license would be extended.
More than a year ago, CNET sister site TechRepublic reported that Huawei had been working on its own OS since 2012, in case it got banned from Android. He said Huawei had long prepared for clashes with the U.S.
"We have sacrificed individuals and families only for the goal to stand at the top of the world", Ren said, adding that with such a goal, conflict with the USA was "inevitable".
However, the exact details of Huawei's mysterious operating system are anyone's guess, but it looks like taking a fork off of AOSP and building its OS around that would be the easier and more logical course of action for the company.
Frozen business ties with Google are expected to hit Huawei particularly hard.
Huawei may have a workaround in the form of its own in-house operating system if restrictions from the US government cut off its access to Android. Among them, is the fact that Huawei seems to be working with Aptoide to replace the Google Play Store on their devices.
"[The U.S.] is showing China and the world that the U.S. government controls Google".
Keeping phones up to date and secure is in everyone's best interests and this temporary license allows us to continue to provide software updates and security patches to existing models for the next 90 days.
Right now, Huawei relies heavily on outside suppliers for components that go into everything from its smartphones to its network base stations.