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Google Pay: Huawei confirms SafeyNet issues with P30 Pro and EMUI 10

One or another owner of the Huawei P30 Pro with EMUI 10 may have already noticed that Google Pay can no longer be used. The reason for this is the failed status of SafetyNet, which, however, must be positive to use Google Pay. It all happened during the period when SafetyNet was removed from the Mate 30 Pro. […]


One or another owner of the Huawei P30 Pro with EMUI 10 may have already noticed that Google Pay can no longer be used. The reason for this is the failed status of SafetyNet, which, however, must be positive to use Google Pay. It all happened during the period when SafetyNet was removed from the Mate 30 Pro. The latter has to be the case, Google is currently not allowed to certify new Huawei devices, but older devices like the P30 Pro are not affected.

There should have been a mistake on Google’s part, Huawei says in a statement to AndroidAuthority. Certificate issues have arisen in relation to the new EMUI 10 beta and Google and Huawei are working to remove them. Anyone on the road with EMUI 9, in theory, shouldn’t be affected at all.

Typically, for the sake of beta testing, Google allows the beta version of the vendors’ OS on specific models to appear and behave as a certified version / device, even if this version / device combination is still in the process of being certification.

After some research, we found that our EMUI 10 global beta released on P30 and P30 pro in early August no longer appears or behaves as a certified device where it should be, as explained above.

EMUI10 on P30 / P30 pro had recently been certified and the certified version will be available for global users in the future. In the meantime, we are reaching out to Google to identify the cause of this issue for current beta users and try to resolve it as soon as possible.

With EMUI 10.0.0.153 SafetyNet it should fit again, verifiable, for example, with this application.