The loophole allowing Google Play to be installed on the Huawei Mate 30 Pro has been closed

The loophole allowing Google Play to be installed on the Huawei Mate 30 Pro has been closed

Today, one of the Android security experts and creator of Magisk, John Wu, told how LZPlay succeeded. The application used an undocumented API – a tool that gave deep access to the smartphone system. Access to this API was controlled by Huawei, and third-party companies had to sign legal agreements in exchange for access to this toolkit.

Wu felt that Huawei deliberately shared this API with LZPlay. But the Chinese company denies such a connection, as stated in the comments for the Android Authority. A few hours after Wu posted, the LZPlay site went offline.

The 9to5Google journalist noted that the phone no longer launches Google Pay, which worked fine on the Huawei Mate 30 Pro a couple of days ago.

So as per @alexdobie original tweet. Failed CTS check = no more Google Pay working. So I tested.

The loophole allowing Google Play to be installed on the Huawei Mate 30 Pro has been closed

But considering this was working less than 2 days ago, this is not good. pic.twitter.com/0E8pGNtY97

– Damien Wilde (@iamdamienwilde) October 1, 2019

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