You should already know that the Huawei Mate 30 and Huawei Mate 30 Pro mobile devices do not come with Google applications. Normally, we felt users would be able to unlock the bootloader for the installation of Google apps on a Huawei Mate 30 Pro, however, the phone company has decided to not make that an option.
Fortunately for us, there is an easy fix, seen on Reddit, which will let users run Google applications with no rooting, unlocking, or software hacking. However, this fix has its privacy and security dangers, therefore it is not entirely safe.
If you want to purchase a Mate 30 as soon as it reaches your country, you will need to know how to go about this. Before highlighting the process, let's break down the risks:
Risks Of Installing Google Apps On Huawei Mate 30 Pro?
Installing Google applications on the Mate 30 Pro will involve a 3rd-party development platform app named LZ Play.
To make this happen, LZ Play will need lots of permissions, even to the extent of asking for root access. Meaning, to install Google apps on the Huawei Mate 30 Pro without unlocking the bootloader, you must give a 3rd-party app system-level permissions, which are not safe.
Some users will rather stay away from all these risks, but if you want to go ahead, the process is not complicated. At times, you might battle the issue of being sent to the home screen. Pls be aware that this process will only function on Huawei phones, therefore adhere to these instructions below:
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How Can I Install Google Apps On My Huawei Mate 30 Pro?
- Launch the stock browser application on your Huawei Mate 30 or Mate 30 Pro.
- Go to the LZ Play official site: http://www.lzplay.net/
- Tap the blue button on the main page to get the LZ Play APK file downloaded.
- As soon as it is downloaded, get it installed. Simply adhere to the instructions the system shows you.
- After carefully installing the package, you will see the Google Play Store in your app.
- Launch the Google Play Store and get yourself signed in. You might encounter a problem with it, however, if that happens, just restart your phone and launch the Store again.
- Install any application of your choice, in this case, Google apps.
You are done.
More Information About Your Huawei Mate 30:
The Huawei Mate 30 is a line of Android-based phablets manufactured by Huawei as part of its Huawei Mate series, and the successor to the Mate 20. The Mate 30 comprises the Mate 30/5G, Mate 30 Pro/5G, and Mate 30 RS Porsche Design, which were unveiled on 19 September 2019 in Munich, Germany.
The Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro have a similar design with an aluminum frame and glass backing and are available in Black, Space Silver, Cosmic Purple and Emerald Green, with artificial leather options also available. Both displays contain notches, with the Mate 30 Pro containing a larger tab concealing additional infrared sensors used for a facial recognition system. The Mate 30's cutout for the front camera resembles the P20 and P20 Pro and is larger than the Mate 20's in order to accommodate a time-of-flight sensor. The camera arrays on the Mate 30 and the Mate 30 Pro are circular as opposed to the squarish design of the Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro, and the flash is now offset to the left separate from the camera housing. The Mate 30 Pro's display has curved edges at 88-degrees which leaves no room for physical volume buttons; virtual controls are used instead. Edge detection and palm rejection are implemented to prevent accidental touches. The Mate 30 Pro also lacks an earpiece, opting to use the same "electromagnetic levitation" speaker as on the P30 Pro.
Engadget called the Mate 30 Pro "a device with staggering imaging and video capabilities that is hamstrung by its poor, or nonexistent, app selection", while Digital Trends concluded that the Mate 30 Pro is "the best smartphone you can't buy". Andrew Williams of Wired UK was more critical of the device, giving it a 5/10. He praised the cameras, battery life, design and hardware, while criticizing the lack of Google apps, the gesture volume control and screen vignetting.
The Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro ship with EMUI 10, which is based on Android 10 source code. Due to ongoing United States sanctions against Huawei, international models of the Mate 30 do not ship with or support Google Mobile Services—the proprietary software suite (including Google Play-branded software) shipped on certified Android devices, and Huawei is not allowed to market the device using the Android trademark. Huawei is promoting use of its own, in-house platforms as a substitute, including the Huawei AppGallery store (which is already used on Chinese models of Huawei's devices due to Google not doing business there). Huawei stated that it would make a US$1 billion investment in promoting software development and growth of AppGallery.
The Mate 30 has three rear cameras: a 40 MP main camera, an 8 MP telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom and a 16 MP ultrawide lens, along with a 24 MP front camera; the Mate 30 Pro has four rear cameras: a 40 MP main camera, an 8 MP telephoto lens, a 40 MP ultrawide lens and a 3D ToF camera. The Mate 30's camera design is the same as the Mate 30's, and has the laser-autofocus in place of the time-of-flight sensor. The front cameras on both are assisted by a 3D ToF camera, but the Mate 30 Pro has a higher resolution 32 MP sensor compared to the Mate 30's 24 MP sensor. OIS is present on the telephoto lens for both, but the Mate 30 Pro also has OIS on its main lens unlike the Mate 30. While the resolution of the ultrawide-angle lens has been increased, the Mate 30 Pro has a regular telephoto camera and can only achieve 3x optical zoom, 5x hybrid and 30x digital zoom, compared to the P30 Pro's 5x optical, 10x hybrid and 50x digital zoom. The P30 Pro's camera modes have been carried over to the Mate 30 Pro. Night Mode has been improved, and the Mate 30 Pro can take 4K HDR Plus time-lapse and ultraslow-motion video, shooting 720p at 7680 frames per second. Like its predecessor, the Mate 30 series uses Leica optics.