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Scary: Huawei denies involvement in Chinese Google services app

In recent days, an Android application was available on a Chinese website, which Google services were able to bring to the new Mate 30 series in part as a system application. Huawei is said to have built a back door, a back door, so installing the system apps is child’s play. After all, a developer was able to find the corresponding Huawei signatures in the app. […]


In recent days, an Android application was available on a Chinese website, which Google services were able to bring to the new Mate 30 series in part as a system application. Huawei is said to have built a back door, a back door, so installing the system apps is child’s play. After all, a developer was able to find the corresponding Huawei signatures and undocumented interfaces in the app. But Huawei says you are innocent.

Who is behind the Android application with Huawei signatures?

In a statement to Bloomberg, Huawei announced that it was not involved in LZPlay. Either he doesn’t know what his colleagues in China are doing, or there is more to it than that. Could anyone make it possible for Huawei to sign an app without involving the manufacturer? In any case, the app went offline after Huawei’s signatures were discovered.

Huawei said in an emailed statement that it has not been involved with LZPlay.

This story will be even more exciting in the coming days. What and who is behind? In any case, Huawei is currently unable to offer Google services on new Android devices, so the manufacturer was suspected of leaving an unofficial back door open for users to manually install Google apps.

Huawei Mate 30: unofficial sources for Google services turned off