After the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, the user can install Google GMS on Huawei Mate 30 Pro, which is exposed, and this original useful application LZPlay has been exposed, and the Mate 30 Pro mobile phone app has been installed. It is no longer able to test by authoritative SafetyNet.
Mate 30 Pro is the first flagship product issued by Huawei’s prohibited to sell equipment with Google Play certification, which is easily wrapped by installing and running an application from China.
The well-known Android security researchers, MAGISK John Wu released his preliminary study to explore how LZPLAY applications were installed on Huawei Mate 30 Pro installed Google applications.
WU said that Lzplay uses some dedicated Android privileges that can only be found in Huawei mobile phone, including the permission to install other applications as “system” applications. This is necessary for Winding Restrictions, because some Google applications must be a system application, and not allowed Huawei Mate 30 Pro to have a usual Google application “stub”.
According to reports, these privileges can only be granted by an application through Huawei digital signature, and if you want to grant this signature application, usually its code must have a strict review process. More interesting is that in the special permissions granted, two of them did not even record, which allowed the researchers to have questions.
After a few hours of John Wu sharing research results, the official website of the LZPlay.Net offline, and the previously downloaded APK copy is no longer run in expected.
However, the strange story is not over. Android Central’s Alex Dobie pointed out that since LZPLAY has been turned off, the MATE 30 Pro mobile phone that has been installed has been installed through authoritative SafetyNet tests.
Through the SafetyNet test, it is obvious that one of the two requirements of Google Pay, one of the two of the SafetyNet Processes, or Mate 30 Pro has happened, and these changes are now caused to fail.