I think you have your signals mixed up a little. Your puppy has no idea what "NO" means, whatever tone it's given in.
The licking is your pup's way of trying to calm you down. When you watch dogs together, the licking of the lips is most often carried out in times of stress. As a home-boarder, I see this type of behaviour frequently when new dogs are first introduced to each other. It also happens when you invade their space. Try giving your dog a kiss on the mouth; it will, invariably, either look away or lick its lips. No, it's not returning the kiss, it's just trying to calm the situation as you are directly in its space.
The stress in this particular case is, I suspect, caused by you telling the dog 'NO' and it not knowing what to do next. It has no concept of the word but wants to please you, but has no clue what to do in order to reach that goal.
For pup biting, the best thing, in my experience, is to just walk away. This is particularly potent with puppies as they crave attention. When they realise that the biting gets the attention taken away, they soon work it out and modify their behaviour. It's not instant of course, but it will happen over time, as long as you keep walking away each time it bites/nips.
I used to prescribe adding a 'ah ah' sound at the same time as walking away, but I no longer believe this is the best way forward, so just walk away from the pup and completley ignore him for a few minutes.
I hope that helps.