Huawei Mate 30 Pro: a new way to install Google apps


Huawei Mate 30

While the US government continues to negotiate trade deals with China, the Chinese manufacturer Huawei has not yet managed to leave the Entity list. Also, the Huawei Mate 30 remains banned from getting the Play Store and Google applications until further notice.

However, Mate 30 users had been able to take advantage of a flaw to install all Google services. After it was patched, they once again looked for solutions, and found a new way around.

Here is how to install the Play Store on the Huawei Mate 30 Pro

Huawei Mate 30 Pro

As revealed by XDA Developers, this new feint uses the backup restore of HiSuite, a service offered by Huawei natively on its smartphones.

The idea is simple, but ingenious. Just create a backup using HiSuite PC software. Then, we can inject to this backup the files of Google applications, provided on the XDA forum.

Restore this backup on the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, making sure to check the restoration of system settings, then restart the phone. At startup, make a small cleanup of Google application cache files before giving them all necessary permissions, and voila!

The only limitation is that SafetyNet will not work. Since this protection of Google is carried out server-side. And that the American company does not have the legal right to provide it for the Huawei Mate 30 Pro.

Update: The linked thread no longer has the downloadable resources. However, the method continues to remain operative in its concept, presuming you get your hands on the downloadable resources.

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4 Comments

  1. Andre John Cruz
    October 8, 2019

    ah, this is gonna be like a cat and mouse game. users will find ways to install; Google will find ways to block.

  2. Andre John Cruz
    October 8, 2019

    ah, this is gonna be like a cat and mouse game. users will find ways to install; Google will find ways to block.

  3. David Martrano
    October 8, 2019

    Why invest big bucks on the if come? There are many great phones on the market, so for myself it’s not worth the aggravation, time & money!

  4. Andrew Huang
    October 9, 2019

    just a cat-and-mouse game. but there is one thing need to clarify, it’s not HUAWEI who uses s backdoor of Android to install Google Apps, it’s Google who is trying to set a barrier for HUAWEI to do so. it’s obviously that google is totally controlled by or at least obey the commands of US goverment and it is against the antitrust law.