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Huawei MediaPad M3 8" Lite Tablet

tolabog

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Hi there I was wondering if any of you use this table for flying youre M2P and if it is powerfull enough for the go 4 app?
 

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dunno if it is worth buying anything of huawei anymore as alphabet revoked all licenses from an entire huawei corp, so, it may be the end of their all android devices.
 
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dunno if it is worth buying anything of huawei anymore as alphabet revoked all licenses from an entire huawei corp, so, it may be the end of their all android devices.
Yes iv just heard about this so iv gone for the samsung galaxy tab A.
 

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dunno if it is worth buying anything of huawei anymore as alphabet revoked all licenses from an entire huawei corp, so, it may be the end of their all android devices.
Or instead of making a guess you could look at what's actually happened ...
Despite initial fears that existing Huawei users could immediately lose access to downloads and updates to Google apps, Google and Android came out soon after the initial reports appearing to provide reassurance that "existing" devices would not be affected.

"We are complying with the [US Government] order and reviewing the implications," a Google spokesperson told the ABC in a statement.
At the same time, Android — the mobile operating system developed by Google — published a near identical statement that it was complying with US Government requirements while maintaining only that Google Play and security from Google Play Protect would continue to function on existing Huawei devices.

While the statements only referenced the functionality of Google Play — the Android's app store and security functions — in principle it means existing users should still be able to use, download and update Google's apps.


Huawei make exceptionally good devices.
Their M3 and M5 tablets are probably the best tablets for flying.
 
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Or instead of making a guess you could look at what's actually happened ...
Despite initial fears that existing Huawei users could immediately lose access to downloads and updates to Google apps, Google and Android came out soon after the initial reports appearing to provide reassurance that "existing" devices would not be affected.

"We are complying with the [US Government] order and reviewing the implications," a Google spokesperson told the ABC in a statement.
At the same time, Android — the mobile operating system developed by Google — published a near identical statement that it was complying with US Government requirements while maintaining only that Google Play and security from Google Play Protect would continue to function on existing Huawei devices.

While the statements only referenced the functionality of Google Play — the Android's app store and security functions — in principle it means existing users should still be able to use, download and update Google's apps.


Huawei make exceptionally good devices.
Their M3 and M5 tablets are probably the best tablets for flying.
i do not say devices are bad. i just think it is not going to be as easy going forward, as it is said. and will probably affect upgradeability, patches and who knows what else. until all that settles, i think it is not very wise to get any of huawei products.
 
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Or instead of making a guess you could look at what's actually happened ...
Despite initial fears that existing Huawei users could immediately lose access to downloads and updates to Google apps, Google and Android came out soon after the initial reports appearing to provide reassurance that "existing" devices would not be affected.

"We are complying with the [US Government] order and reviewing the implications," a Google spokesperson told the ABC in a statement.
At the same time, Android — the mobile operating system developed by Google — published a near identical statement that it was complying with US Government requirements while maintaining only that Google Play and security from Google Play Protect would continue to function on existing Huawei devices.

While the statements only referenced the functionality of Google Play — the Android's app store and security functions — in principle it means existing users should still be able to use, download and update Google's apps.


Huawei make exceptionally good devices.
Their M3 and M5 tablets are probably the best tablets for flying.
and, btw, based on the amount of hysteria in the press -

i will not be amused to see that DJI goes next and will get outlawed in here. not sure what they may actually do, but, who knows. all that is not longer in the realm of logic, it is a political warfare.
 

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