The deadline for ByteDance, TikTok's Chinese parent company, to reach a deal with Oracle and Walmart has been extended from November 12 to November 27.
But TikTok said this week it's received 'no clarity' from the US government about whether its proposals have been accepted.
The filing comes as the court considers the legality of the administration's bid to make the Chinese-owned app unavailable in the United States, where it has 100 million users.
Meanwhile, TikTok has issued a statement lauding the unblocking of the app in Pakistan
The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) had banned the app on October 9 after getting numerous complaints over its 'immoral' content.
TikTok maintained that it has made concerted efforts to address reservations of Pakistan, which have blocked the social networking service for what they claimed as promoting indecent content.
Pakistan joins India, US in banning TikTok, citizens wonder if they can become China's 'all-weather ally'
Meanwhile, Pakistani journalist Najam Sethi says the PTA has blocked TikTok, not because of immoral content but because TikTokers are poking fun at the country's leadership.
A top official said that the app had failed to comply with the authority's repeated instructions to develop an effective mechanism for "blocking immoral and indecent content".
President Donald Trump claims the popular app poses a national security threat and harvests data for Beijing via its Chinese parent company ByteDance -- allegations the firm vehemently denies.
The opinion was sealed, so no reason for the decision was released in a brief order by the court in Washington.
The White House says the video service is a security risk because the personal information of its millions of US users could be handed over to Chinese authorities.
The majority, at 30.9% were removed for containing nudity and sexual activities, while 22.3% were taken out for violating minor safety.
As a result of the partnership, all Chingari users in India, other Saarc nations, and in the Middle East will get access to the music collection of T-Series.
Trump has been demanding that the U.S. operations of TikTok be sold to a U.S. company or else be shut down.
The US on Friday issued orders to ban popular Chinese social media apps TikTok and WeChat from Sunday to safeguard national security, weeks after India banned them.