Huawei was blacklisted by the US embargo and became unable to use Google Services . For this reason, users are still looking for a solution on phones that cannot even be used on the Play Store .
A few months ago, Huawei launched the next-generation Mate 30 Series flagship smartphones in China. This phone was the first device in the U.S. to go without support after a ban on Google apps and services. However, users have found a temporary solution to installing Google applications and services on Mate 30 series phones. However, the application was closed after a report raised concerns about security issues with this workaround.
However, a new workaround has emerged, which is an easy way to install Google apps and services on Huawei and Honor branded smartphones. However, the implementation of this solution is not recommended because it is not official. To do this, the user needs to download the Chat Partner app , which is approximately 147 MB in size.
After installing and running the application, the user needs to press the “Detect Device” option. Then he needs to tap “Repair Now” and finally “Enable” after the Device Manager window opens on the screen. After this process, the smartphone needs to be restarted. The Google Play Store is now ready. Once this is done, the user can uninstall the Chat Partner application.
Of course, this workaround is still an unofficial way. It is not yet clear how long the method will continue to work. Google recently warned Huawei users not to install applications in different ways. The company says, “Google applications installed in different ways will not work reliably. Because we don’t allow these apps to run on devices that aren’t approved. Installing Google’s applications in this way could endanger user security. He said.
Meanwhile, Huawei launched Huawei Mobile Services , HMS , as an alternative to Google Mobile Services (GMS) to reduce its reliance on Google . The company also plans to invest billions of dollars to increase its applications.