It didn't take long and a solution came up to install Google apps on Huawei Mate 30 Pro. It needed an app called LZPlay.
LZPlay appeared on a Chinese site, and within minutes, Google apps and services (including Google Play payments) could run.
John Wu is the creator of Magisk and one of the best known Android security experts. He did a preliminary study on the LZPlay app and found that he had access to some specific permissions for Huawei smartphones to install Google apps as system apps.
Theoretically, for these permissions – code in an application must go through a rigorous testing process. Within hours of John Wu's study appearing, LZPlay.net went offline. Even copies of previously downloaded .apk files have become unusable.
Interestingly, there are problems with Mate 30 PRO drives with LZPlay installed, they do not pass SafetyNet tests (Google checks if a smartphone is safe and rootless).
The idea is that this does not affect us directly, the Mate 30 PRO has not reached Romania on the official channel and it is unknown when it will be released. Huawei's flagship is sold as hotcakes in China.