According to Android Authority, Some Huawei P30 Pro users are sharing a funny situation on the internet: their devices are not running on SafetyNet. This is a Google app that checks whether a mobile phone is running genuine software or not.
A P30 Pro user tweeted that he tried to use Google Play and the service failed. He later ran the phone through SafetyNet, receiving the failure message indicating non-genuine software.
In the same post, some users shared screenshots of the same situation. Every situation involves the Huawei P30 Pro, the latest mobile phone from the Chinese brand P line.
The problem seems to be from Google, according to Huawei
Android Authority spoke with a Huawei representative about this situation. It has indicated that this bug is affecting only EMUI 10 phones in beta. This is Huawei's customization over Android 10, which has not yet received its final version for mobile phones, except the Pixel.
The representative elaborated further, saying that for testing purposes, Google allows versions of the operating system to appear as genuine even when they are not. However, since August the P30 and P30 Pro have been certified with the Android 10-based EMUI 10 Beta. Huawei is in the meantime checking the situation internally with Google.
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