The new flagship Huawei Mate 30 impresses with its features. If you look only at them, then this is a smartphone that is definitely worth the money. But there is one small (or more) “but” – the device does not have pre-installed Google services. This circumstance seriously limits its capabilities and makes many think about the appropriateness of such a purchase.
Earlier, we wrote that a relatively simple and affordable way to manually install the above services on this smartphone appeared. This required quite a bit – it was necessary to go to a special site, download the LZ Play application and complete the installation with administrator rights. Further, the program automatically installed most of the services of the “corporation of good” and the problem was solved.
However, this way of getting what you want can only be considered simple, but not safe at all. The application, after installation in the system, received comprehensive rights, which allowed it to be possible to further use it to carry out various kinds of attacks. In particular, experts expressed concern about the safety of user data.
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After some time, one of the developers published detailed information about how LZ Play works and what it can threaten. After that, the site where the application was hosted suddenly stopped responding. Now it is impossible to download the application. It has not yet been possible to find out exactly who was involved in the closure of this resource.