• Adam Doud

The Curious Case of Googleless Android with Daniel Bader


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This week we are joined by Daniel Bader. He is the managing editor of Android Central and he’s Canadian which means he can buy a Huawei phone if he wants to. So he tested the Huawei P40 Pro and he loves that phone. But the P40 Pro does not support Google services and I wanted to find out what that was like.



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