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Huawei Mate 30: unofficial sources for Google services turned off

New: Discover in the Google app is getting redesigned again

At least for the presentation and a few days later Google services could still be installed on the Huawei Mate 30 Pro through unofficial sources, but that seems to have an end after several revelations. In any case, a well-known website from China and the Android app offered there are no longer available. The probably “signed back door” by Huawei for […]


At least for the presentation and a few days later Google services could still be installed on the Huawei Mate 30 Pro through unofficial sources, but that seems to have an end after several revelations. In any case, a well-known website from China and the Android app offered there are no longer available. The back door, which was probably “signed by Huawei”, so that Google’s most important services like system applications can be easily installed with the push of a button, has been blown up and now probably blown up from the web. It is no longer accessible, it can no longer be used. Game over.

The back doors of Google services will be closed

LZPlay was not the only “miracle” in recent days. Google Pay could also be used with the new Mate 30 series, although that shouldn’t have been possible. Google failed to perform various tests and therefore did not issue safety certificates (SafetyNet) for the Mate 30 series. Google Pay should have been impossible from the start, but it could be used for a short time. Now that it has also come to an end, Huawei Mate 30 Pro users report. Now that the SafetyNet status is suddenly negative, Google Pay can no longer be used.

The end of all dreams of getting all Google services on Huawei’s new smartphones? Obviously, the integrated rear doors had to be cleared, the manufacturer’s tricks were exposed. Now we are curious to see if there will be any new solutions.