It only lasted a few days.
The LZPlay.net website that allowed the Play Store to be installed on the Mate 30 and 30 Pro smartphone is currently offline. Probably the whole situation concerns too much media interest and publication, in which the creator of the popular modification Magisk described the Chinese method of operation that allows access to Google Services.
LzPlay was to use the undocumented API for operation, which allowed obtaining appropriate authorizations in the Android system. Special access is needed because many Google applications install as system programs requiring privileges. Huawei did not receive appropriate certification for Mate 30 and 30 Pro, so the process itself was naturally blocked. Access to undocumented API however, it was to be fully controlled by Huawei.
The creator of the Magisk modification claims that Huawei allowed LZPlay to access the described APIto be able to make appropriate changes to the system. However, the official statement of the manufacturer is different – the Chinese were not involved in the LZPlay project and do not have access to Google Mobile Services. Dot. A few hours after the theory published by the developer responsible for Magisk, LZPlay disappeared from the internet – it is not known what exactly happened to her.
It can be expected that in the coming months there will be several more or less effective proposals related to implementation of Google services on the new Huawei flagships.
The only question is whether such interference in such an expensive smartphone pays off?
[Update, 2.10, 16:13]:
It turns out that the method of uploading the Play Store to Huawei Huawei 30 smartphones works again, at least for now. It's risky and it's difficult to verify the integrity of its creators, so you should use a new Google Account for it with a password that you do not use anywhere else. Just install this APK or use a well-known website izplay.netthat you can access from your Huawei Mate 30 or Mate 30 Pro smartphone.
The operation of the method is illustrated in the video below.
Source: Android Authority