Chinese users of Huawei’s P9 smartphone have long had trouble accessing the world’s largest web portal, but it’s not as easy as it used to be.
The P9 has had a few issues recently, and it’s now a bit harder to access the company’s official website.
It’s now listed as a “locked” device on the Chinese version of Google Play, a company spokesperson told us.
“Google removed our locked P9 device in China last month.
It is not locked and therefore can be used to access Google Play on your device,” the spokesperson said.
However, if you want to download a VPN client app, you’ll need to get a “Google Play” key for your device and enter it in the “Play Store” app.
Once you have that, you can then log into the VPN app with the “Google” app and select “OpenVPN”.
It will then show up in your “Settings” section.
Once the VPN is opened, you should see a box that says “Open VPN” and a “VPN Client”.
You will need to click on the “Open” button to proceed with the VPN.
You’ll then be presented with the first page of the VPN client, where you’ll be able to connect to the VPN through the “Secure Tunnel”.
Once you’ve connected, you will need the VPN service provider’s “Google VPN Service” app to authenticate.
This will then allow you to connect with a VPN service like Google’s in China.
The VPN app is a good place to get the most out of the service and we recommend using it if you’re having problems connecting to the company.
However, if your VPN provider doesn’t support Google Play yet, there’s a workaround that can be done.
The Google VPN Service can be downloaded for free from Google Play.
The problem with this workaround, however, is that the VPN will no longer work on the iPhone, iPad and Android devices that support Google’s secure tunneling feature.
“The VPN service cannot be used on these devices,” the VPN provider said in a statement.
“We cannot offer a workaround for this because this is a Google VPN.
We are working on this issue.”
Google says it has also been working on a workaround to help users of its Android and iPhone VPN clients, but the company says this has not yet been fully tested.
We contacted Huawei’s PR team for comment.
Huawei did not respond to a request for comment at the time of publication.
Huawei’s P6 smartphone and Huawei P9 smartphones have been available in China for some time now.
They feature a fingerprint sensor, dual-camera setup and a larger 5.2-inch display.