Huawei has confirmed the release for Android Power claiming that he is working with Google to find out what the purpose is.
The projects were first discovered by UK developer Paul O’Brien’s MoDaCo Famous. O’Brien said that his “change” Huawei P30 Pro was released before SafeNet without any problems allowing Google Pay (or other applications using it). Security Website to evaluate the reliability of the software).
WTF. Will I just use Google Pay with my Pie, P30 Pro unmodified and it will work? The Safe Website was launched yesterday, but now it is gone? pic.twitter.com/WhGqgYSIye
– Paul O’Brien (@PaulOBrien) October 3, 2019
Many more P30 Pro users shared similar experiences on Twitter. However, the project does not apply to all users. On Twitter, some stated that there was no problem of any kind, even if you are running a similar version of the software with O’Brien.
Huawei has confirmed the beta version of EMUI 10
We have reached Huawei and a representative of the company has confirmed that some P30 Pro devices are becoming weaker than SafeNet.
Huawei claims that this problem will affect 10 Android phones from the EMUI 10 beta version of the software available in August. The problem will only affect a large number of beta testers, the company said.
According to Huawei, Google may have a problem:
«In most cases for beta testing, Google allows traders of the beta management system to have specific templates that look and feel valid / hardware even if this component / tool is still in the certification process.
After some research, we found that our global EMUI 10 beta version released on P30 and P30 pro in early August does not have the same look and feel as the official tool because it is the when necessary according to the above information.
EMUI10 is based on the recently certified P30 / P30 pro which will make the official version available to future users of the world. Right now, we are going to Google to pinpoint the cause of this issue since the beta version of users will try to resolve it as soon as possible. “
The problem was found on the Huawei P30 Pro both from the EMUI 10 beta operating systems. They returned a “word” error when we executed the Application Signature Request, based on build numbers 10.0.0.42 and 10.0.0.0.
Based on the part I have tested, the problem persisted after restarting the phone and factory reset. However, after my colleague Eric Zeman introduced the latest software update for his project, EMUI 10.0.0.153, SafeNet phone will launch again.
What is EMUI 9.1?
Huawei is concerned about this issue affecting phones running the EMUI 10 beta version of the software. It is not clear why ordinary users running stable, non-EMUI 9.1 firmware on their phones, have experienced problems.
It could be a blaze. In the follow the tweet, Paul O’Brien said he had solved the problem by “explaining Hisuite” on his device. We came to explain and get back to you if we listen again.
Domenico Lamberti, a revisor with MobileTechTalk, too that is the problem disappeared after rebooting your phone. Lamberti reported the problem on the P30 Pro and EMUI 10 beta.
If your phone does not have SafeNet, you will not be able to run Netflix, Google Pay, or any other applications that use the service.
If you have a Huawei P30 Pro and you are worried about this problem, you can check if you are having problems with the performance of the Application Usage Next article. If the application returns a “wrong” result, you will not be able to run Google Pay on it – either Netflix or any other application that uses SafeNet to verify the authenticity of the software. You can try rebooting at the factory or resetting the device. If you are running Android on EMUI 10 beta, you can also try to get back to EMUI 9.1.
It is best not to worry about this for too long. Huawei said that EMUI 10 is on the P30 Pro already marked by Google, so now there is a wait for the permanent update.
Good luck to its users, Huawei was granted a portion from U.S. bonds, which allows you to work with Google to release software updates for pre-installed devices.
The problem comes a few days after the clean-to-use device to install Google apps on the Huawei Mate 30 Pro. an offline secret. Shortly afterwards, the Friends 30 Pro driver review begins on SecurityNet. There is no indication that the two issues are related.
We have also contacted Google for more information and we will update this information if we hear back.