How to Install Play Store Apps Easily on Huawei, and Honor Phones?
There are a few workarounds you may try to receive Google services on your Huawei and Honor handsets if you're also drawn in by the excellent hardware configuration that Huawei offers with its phones.
Huawei and its sibling brand Honor have been prohibited from using the Google ecosystem of mobile apps and services since Huawei was included in the list of US corporations. Although its phones are still based on Android, they no longer have Google services, and as a result, Huawei and Honor phones no longer have access to the crucial Google Play Store. Instead, you get Huawei Mobile Services, which includes Huawei's own selection of applications and services. However, if you want to use a smartphone, such as the Huawei Mate 40 Pro, the Huawei P40 Pro, or another Huawei or Honor phone, outside of the carefully walled garden that is the Chinese cyber realm, this will scarcely be sufficient.
Fortunately, it still seems that there is at least one workaround that will allow you to install Google Mobile Services on your Huawei or Honor smartphone. As a result, you will receive Google's app ecosystem on these smartphones, allowing you to take full advantage of the very capable hardware that phones like the Huawei Mate 40 Pro offer.
Note: These methods for side-loading Google services on a Huawei or Honor smartphone are not authorized. Any attempt to do so could result in data loss or warranty revocation. Exercise caution and do so at your own risk.
Using Googlefier on Huawei P40 Pro, Huawei Mate 40 Pro, and others
The Google fiber app, created by XDA Forums user bender 007, aids in setting up your Huawei or Honor smartphone to run Google services and the Play Store app ecosystem. Without having to root your phone or connect to a computer and do a backup, it is without a doubt one of the simplest ways to install Google services on Huawei devices. The sole caveat? If you have already updated your phone to EMUI 11, Googlefier won't function.
Follow these steps to use Googlefier and receive Google services:
1. Reset your Honor or Huawei phone. Any unsuccessful attempts you may have made to install Google services on your phone will be reversed by doing this.
2. Share this, get Googlefier's APK file from this page, install it on your phone, and then post it. After installation, accept all permission requests.
3. To complete all five of the aforementioned procedures after installation, follow the on-screen instructions. The steps consist of:
* installing fundamental services including Google Play Store, Google Service Framework, and Google Apps Manager
* Logging in to Google accounts
* Restart the Google signup process.
* Verification and correction of notification errors
* error verification and removal of previously unsuccessful installation attempts
It is estimated that the complete operation will take 5 to 7 minutes at the most. The Huawei P40 Pro and Huawei Mate 30 Pro are two examples of devices that Googlefier appears to function on. Since EMUI 11 is already preinstalled on the Huawei Mate 40 Pro, this service will not function on that device.
While several other processes were also identified on the XDA, Huawei, and other user and developer forums, the majority of the processes currently seem to be inactive. In general, Huawei seems to be putting more pressure on the unauthorized Google Play Store initiation process, and the transition to EMUI 11 is reportedly breaking the procedure for enabling Google services. We're also unsure whether updating Huawei and Honor phones after turning on Google services will cause the Google Play Store to stop functioning.