This is how you put Google Play on Huawei phone

Huawei makes good phones, but it doesn’t appeal to us in the West anymore. Reason? The Chinese phone maker is still allowed No Google services Progress on its new devices. This means there is no Gmail, no Google Play app store, and no Google Maps. It sounds annoying, but it’s worse: major apps like Tinder and Albert Heijn also use Google Maps. Fortunately, there is hope. In addition to the fact that Huawei has found some solutions and greatly expanded its app store, there is a smart way to set up Google Play.

Google Play on Huawei phones

What it is doing is tricking the Google Play app into thinking it is on the Huawei P30, which is the last Huawei phone with Google services. You can then download the Dual Space app which is found in both Huawei App Gallery and Google Play. However, do not download it from Google Play or Huawei App Gallery, download it via this link.

You can then download the apk file outside of the known methods, so you might have to grant permission for that once. Note: This is an action at your own risk and still is, since in principle it is not intended that you download separate apk files, rather than in-store apps.

Download Dualspace

If you have Dualspace 3.2.7. Once downloaded, you will immediately see the Google Play Store, where you can log in with your Google account. You can then download and use Gmail, Keep, Drive, and Docs, among others. The only thing missing – and very unfortunate – is the Google Maps app. An alternative has been built for this called petal maps. It’s not the same, but it looks like it. The drawback is that the apps with location services still don’t work, because these apps use Google Maps instead of Petal Maps.

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If you prefer not to do all of this, no problem, you can still access Gmail on your most recent device Huawei-Telephone. It’s not just a separate app, but a website in the browser (however, you can add it as a shortcut to your home screen). Google Maps is still a challenge at the moment, but when this code is hacked, we’ll get back to you, of course.

Winton Frazier

 "Amateur web lover. Incurable travel nerd. Beer evangelist. Thinker. Internet expert. Explorer. Gamer."

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