Huawei introduced the Mate 30 family at the end of August. There was much talk about the features of smartphones as well as the lack of Google support. While the first Huawei models that did not come with Google applications were wondering what to do in the market, news about how these applications could be installed on the device began to emerge. The latest news about the Mate 30 Pro Google applications has closed this door.
The application called LZPlay enabled the installation of Google applications into the Mate 30 family. However, this back door was closed soon. A security researcher, John Wu, published a preliminary survey of how the LZPlay application installs Google applications.
Wu said LZPlay used some special permissions found on Huawei phones. However, he stressed that these permissions can only be granted by applications that are digitally signed by Huawei and that an application must go through a review period before it can receive this signature.
Lzplay it was then brought to this description of lzplay.net offline status, and operate as previously downloaded copies of hats.
Another point of interest was the security statement of Alex Dobie from Android Central. The most important criterion that shows whether an Android device is safe is that it can pass SafetyNet tests. However, it has been announced that no Mate 30 Pro models with Google applications have been able to pass these tests.
Passing SafetyNet tests is one of the requirements for using Google Pay.