One of the workarounds for installing Google services on Huawei Mate 30 is closed
The Huawei Mate 30 range was introduced last month, the success of which in most markets is a big question. Google services are not in them and these are the first devices of the company without them. True, there are workarounds that allow you to put services “by hand”.
One of them was to resort to the help of the LZ Play application. Users could install this utility on their smartphone with administrator rights in order to be able to install other applications as “system” ones. But then there were reviews that such a workaround was far from safe.
At the moment, the site where it was possible to download LZ Play was closed and what caused it to be minimized is not reported. There is also no understanding whether the developers themselves covered it or whether the hosting of the Alibaba site was involved in this.
They do not exclude the possibility that Huawei itself had a hand in this, which turned to the developers with a request to “stop and abstain” due to negative reviews in the press.
In addition, it became known that the Huawei Mate 30 series does not go through the Google SafetyNet application security system. This test constantly monitors the operation of applications on the device using artificial intelligence and compares them with samples from Google Play. If there are any deviations from the reference indicators, then the system blocks and removes the application.
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