Showing posts with label Huawei. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Huawei. Show all posts

Friday, 27 September 2019

How to Install Google Apps on a Huawei Mate 30 Series Smartphone

Huawei Mate 30 Series has just been released with outrageous specifications and a myriad of advanced features. But with a myriad of advanced features, gadget enthusiasts are very sorry for the absence of Google Apps services, or Google Apps Service. This ultimately must indeed occur as a result of the feud between Huawei and the United States government.

Google Apps Service is arguably the most vital part of Android smartphones considering that this operating system is one of Google's works. So do not be surprised if later in this operating system has various types of applications that are integrated with Google. So what if there is no Google application on a smartphone?

How to Install Google Apps on a Huawei Mate 30 Series Smartphone


For comparison, just look at Windows Phone and BlackBerry. Both use their own operating system but eventually collapse. Even though both of these operating systems can still be installed in Google applications. Then what about Android smartphones but without the Google app. The more Google Services?

Luckily there is a way to install Google Apps for Huawei Mate 30 Series users, though not all Google applications can be installed. But at least it can help get data back on the previous device. But it should be noted that due to the absence of Google Apps by default, there may be a risk borne by users if they have to install Google applications on the Huawei Mate 30 Series. If you are sure, see the way below.

Previously, you need to know in advance about Google Service Assistant, which is a special service for Huawei smartphones in China that can be used to periodically update so that the Android smartphone still works optimally. Well, if you have let's go straight to the steps of installing the Google application on the Huawei Mate 30 Series.

The first step - first download an installer from the lzplay.net page then if it is finished directly open the installer via a smartphone. Tap the parts that state the agreement to install and access the internal memory.

Second step - at this stage the steps and instructions will be written in Chinese but in general, are quite simple. In short, the application will ask the user for permission to become a device administrator in order to get an update so that it can get full Google application services. Before the application is activated, there is a kind of display at a glance that shows the smartphone display after Google Apps is installed. If it is steady, immediately tap the Activate section.

The third step - wait for the Google Mobile Service download process to finish, including Google Play. When finished the tab is blue to process it.

The fourth step - after the download is complete the user can directly access various Google services including logging into Google Play and downloading various applications using Google Play. Before using it, it's better to restart the device first.

Additionally, if the user wants to uninstall the Google Service Assistant the way is also quite easy, the user only has to access Settings> Security> More Settings> Device Administrators and remove its admin permissions. If you have found just touch while on hold then tap Uninstall.

That's the easy way for the newest Huawei Mate 30 Series smartphone users who want to get Google Apps services on their smartphones. Of course, the risk must be borne by the user himself. But if you really need the Google application on Mate 30 Series, this method can be used.

Sunday, 26 August 2018

China Wrath of Huawei 5G was banned by Australia


China Wrath of Huawei was banned by Australia

The Australian government's decision to ban Huawei and also ZTE from supplying telecommunications equipment for the 5G network makes China angry. The Chinese government stressed the ban was a mistake and would have a negative impact. 

"The Australian Government has made a mistake and by doing so, will have a negative impact on commercial matters for Chinese and Australian companies," the Ministry of Commerce of China said on its website quoted by Reuters. 

Australian authorities said in a statement that companies that might be directed by foreign governments would make Australian telecommunications networks potentially vulnerable to unauthorized access or interference. Australia follows the steps of the United States which also limits Huawei and ZTE's mobile space.

The Chinese Foreign Ministry also requested that Australia do justice to companies from their countries and not bring national security issues to discrimination. 

"We urge the Australian government to abandon ideological prejudices and provide a fair competitive environment for the operations of Chinese companies in Australia," said Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang. 

It is possible that China will take a countermeasure. Previously, Huawei also expressed disappointment over the blocking imposed on him, while helping to ensure that ZTE became a victim with him.

"We have been notified by the government if Huawei and ZTE have been blocked from providing 5G technology in Australia. This is really a disappointing decision for customers," they wrote. 

"(We) have been providing wireless network technology safely in Australia for almost 15 years," Huawei added. 

Saturday, 25 August 2018

Huawei Nova 3, Found Out Using DSLR Cameras to Advertise Selfie Photos

Huawei Nova 3, Found Out Using DSLR Cameras to Advertise Selfie Photos

A woman is wearing make upon her face. Not to mention he was finished, his partner suddenly caught Huawei Nova 3 smartphone to take a selfie .


Click! Photos were made. The woman looks surprised because her face looks beautiful in the photo, even though make up is not yet fully applied. Maybe this is because artificial intelligence (AI) in Nova 3 is able to make his face look charming, even though make up isstill halfway.


At first glance there is nothing strange with the scene in the video advertisement intended for the audience in Egypt. However, it was later discovered that the selfie shot was not from a camera owned by Huawei Nova 3, but a DSLR camera.

This was revealed after the female actress, Sarah Elshamy uploaded the behind-the-scenes photos from the production of the relevant advertisement to her Instagram account. Well, one of the photos shows that the man's hand turned out not to hold anything when acting selfie .

Instead of a cellphone, another crew member positioned a DSLR camera in his hand, to mimic the point of view of the cellphone used by the selfie . Be a selfie , it looks like Nova 3's shot, even though it's actually not.

behind the scene photo of Huawei Nova 3 ad production in Egypt uploaded by actress Sarah Elshamy to Instagram. Seen male actors only pretend to stretch their hands without holding the cellphone, while pictures are taken by other crew members with DSLR cameras, by imitating the selfie viewpoint.

In the ad there are three other selfie scenes in day and night conditions. There is a possibility that not only one will be taken with a DSLR camera.

Huawei itself does not actually claim in advertisements that selfie results are Nova 3 shots. However, the visuals are impressive, and potentially misleading for potential customers who see.

This is not the first time Huawei has been caught using a higher-powered camera to advertise its cellphone shots. The Chinese manufacturer has put photos from the Canon 5D Mark III full-frame DSLR camera in the P9 smartphone photo sample gallery in 2016.

The full Nova 3 ad video can be seen at the following link