This claim might well be true for a change. They are meant to be at least 6 months ahead of the competition, technologically speaking.Huawei claims the Kirin 990 5G version boasts ‘the world’s most powerful 5G modem’.
I do not think by a second that the real reason it is the security thread that Huawei poses, that was an excuse. IMHO, it is just an economic war. USA will lose the control of the 5G and loads of money because of it. They are seriously lagging behind. One of their companies created the 5GE, E for evolution which is not 5G at all. If you cannot make it, fake it.My main concern is security and spyware with the new OS.
What will be the difference with the like of Google, Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter?I think it’s a recipe of disaster happening for personal information and data.
We've already had threads about Huawei. Perhaps best to keep this to this Mate 30 Pro itself. As always do your own research, be careful not to mix up different issues though as the above has got a great mixture of very different issues yet are being presented as being the same.What will be the difference with the like of Google, Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter?
They already have your data and used it to manipulate people. Cambridge Analytica and AggregateIQ had no connection with Huawei.
Android has a very hidden option to allow your device to scan the wifi space even when the wifi is turn off. Most people will assume that if they turn wifi off that will be the end of it.
You would be able to load an alternative mail app (like Aqua) to handle email.So no gmail? On your phone? Hmm, I wouldntspend all that money if I had to boot up my crusty old laptop just to read my mails every day.
This has been in place for 18 months. The US sanctions against huawei should not be conflated with this. Different thingsI have seen an article that states Google is aiming to prevent signing into Google on any uncertified handset, so it’s probably not wise to spend £700+ on a phone that could well be blocked out of the whole Google ecosystem completely.
I agree with you on the first two sentences.We've already had threads about Huawei. Perhaps best to keep this to this Mate 30 Pro itself. As always do your own research, be careful not to mix up different issues though as the above has got a great mixture of very different issues yet are being presented as being the same.
Yep You can't install google play services on it. so you wont able to use any google pay, netflix or any thing that use their drm system or any google single sign in service.Different but connected, the Mate 30 series will be uncertified devices so liable to fall foul of the sign in block as things stand.
Where two are playing two are guilty. This isn't just Trump nonsense, Huawei is under scrutiny around the world. There is too much government influence in that company.It's not a phone I'd be getting anyway (only a few months into a contract with a P30 Pro), but I really hope all this Trump nonsense gets sorted out so future Huawei phones are able to work with Google; it's a lovely looking phone with some great features.
I do not think that it is a fair assessment. This not a situation that two are playing. This is more of situation that if I am not a the owner of the ball and control the game I will do everything to stop the game.Where two are playing two are guilty. This isn't just Trump nonsense, Huawei is under scrutiny around the world. There is too much government influence in that company.
Huawei Mate 30 phones apparently lose backdoor access to Google apps
Huawei's new Mate 30 phones reportedly lost their ability to install Google's Android apps, Bloomberg reported, eliminating a workaround for President Donald Trump's ban on the controversial Chinese company.
Security researcher John Wu outlined the process that let Huawei Mate 30 owners manually download and install major apps Google Maps and Gmail. This method, which used an app called LZPlay, apparently no longer works, and Bloomberg reported that only Google is able to make that kind of change.
Full details:The Internet, as it is wont to do, has been coming up with workarounds to fix this problem to get Google apps on the Mate 30 Pro. The gray market distribution of Google apps is something the Android modding scene has down to a science, and it's fairly easy to get Google apps on things that don't normally come with Google apps, like Amazon Kindle Fire devices, custom ROMs based on the open source Android code (like LineageOS), and on imported devices meant for the Google-free Chinese market.
Unfortunately, none of these methods works on the Mate 30 Pro. They rely on either an unlocked bootloader, which allows users to flash Google apps to the normally read-only system partition, or they rely on "stub apps" left in the system partition by the device manufacturer specifically for the Google apps, so sideloaded versions can get the system-level permissions they need to work. The Mate 30 doesn't allow for either method.
With all the traditional techniques out the window, the Internet's brand-new method for getting Google apps onto the Mate 30 is through a website called Lzplay.net.
Protip: Don't set a random Chinese website as the remote administrator of your smartphone
Been fixed with the new beta but this is not unusual, the vendor often doesn't bother to get secure net authorization due to the amount of versions they are lobbing out. Same happened with the wife's galaxy 9 when she was in the pie beta.Have read this is also filtering down to owners of the P30 Pro on Android 10 Beta firmware!