How to Install Google Play Services On Huawei Mate 30 Pro

How to Install Google Play Services On Huawei Mate 30 Pro

Sunday, September 29, 2019

/ by Theo Mason

  • How to Install Google Play Services On Huawei Mate 30 Pro
  • Install Google Play Services On Huawei Mate 30 Pro Without Bootloader Unlock

The Huawei recent flagship (Huawei Mate 30 Pro) features are massively impressive, is best you can see in any flagship right now. But still, it lacks one thing an Android user can live without, the Google Play Services, why? Huawei was banned by US Government. That is why the Play Store is unavailable on the device, precisely, international users will have a tough time adjusting to the lack of Google apps on the device. 
If you're an Android adherent, you won't be comfortable with running the phone like that. Lately Huawei CEO Richard Yu said in an interview that there might be a possibility that the bootloader on the Mate 30 Pro will be unlockable. Unfortunately, isn’t happening and we’re going to have to figure out other ways to sideload the Google Play services. It isn’t as simple as sideloading the APK as Google Play services require elevated permissions and have to be installed like a system app, via the system recovery. The Stock recovery won’t let you sideload the GApps package as it isn’t ‘signed’ by Huawei. Anyway, in anything there is always a plan B. A Reddit user found out how to do it. Let’s take a look at how.

  • How to install Google services on the Huawei Mate 30 Series:
  • Open any browser on the device. You can sideload it off places such as APKMirror.
  • Head over to this address.
  • The website is in a foreign language, so you need to press the big blue button to download the Google Services Framework installer.
  • Let the Google Services Assistant installer do its work.
  • Run the Play Store and log in with your credentials. It may not work at first, so we advice you restart your phone right away.
  • Once your phone is restarted, you’ll need to head over to sign in to the Play Store again.
  • That's it, you can now install apps like you would on any normal Android phone.
So simple right? Also note that Some other Google services such as Maps may not work correctly initially, but a simple restart will fix it. Your Mate 30 is back to normal as any other Android Smartphone. 
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