Up until now it was possible, but somewhat complicated, to add Google services and all of the applications that depend on them to Huawei smartphones. As a result, many people were unwilling to buy this brand of smartphones or to waste time installing applications that might later stop working or cause problems. However, this is possible now and in a few minutes and no USB connections, memory cards or the like are required. It’s all as simple as accessing the Huawei App Store, downloading an app, and one more additional thing if we want to get the Play Store up and running. Best of all, this is compatible with all Huawei devices, even EMUI 10, 11, 12, or even Harmony OS.
Huawei: all Google services are up and running in two minutes!
It is true that we have had to do a thousand things to get the Google-dependent applications working. The problem is that sometimes a simple update was enough for all of this to fall apart. Fortunately, it’s now very easy and in two minutes you will be able to get everything up and running.
The first thing we have to do, regardless of the Huawei smartphone or EMUI version, is to go to the Huawei App Store, the App Gallery. Next we have to go to the search and write Gsp.
Then the GSpace application is displayed.
Click the Install option.
After that, when the application is installed, you still don’t have to do anything.
Now download this file which is provided by the Fonetech website. Download here.
Then press the blue button to download the file. When a new window appears, click Submit.
When the download is complete, open the Files app. In the meantime, you’ll soon see the file we downloaded on the news. Keep clicking on it and then on the three dots in the lower right corner. Then choose Extract To and then OK.
Then click the View option.
Now install the rk.android.app.shortcutmaker app … select Allow and then install.
This will create a shortcut so we can use the Play Store directly. Now click on Open and then on Got it.
Now is the time to run the GSpace app. When we do this we have to hit start. In the windows that appear, we then select Grant. Next we need to download an additional file.
We just move on to continue. Then we just have to wait a little longer. Then we can install several applications directly in GSPace that are dependent on Google services. However, we don’t have the Play Store yet, but we’ll fix it.
We’re back to the files and this time we’re going to load Play _-_ spaceshortcut like this. When we do it in Open, we choose others.
Then we chose Shortcut Maker and finally Semper. Next, we click on Create Shortcut.
Then we just run the Play Store and have to log into our Google account.
And from this point on we have the Play Store already fully functional and can install everything without any problems.
In addition, we can do updates and the like and it won’t stop working.
However, before we’re done, just a minor matter. If we are installing an application and it doesn’t appear on the main screen, just open the GSpace app, click on it and select the option