Huawei is still persevering to atone for the nonappearance of the GMS (Google Mobile Services) on its smartphones. However, we are now ready to crumble just due to we are fed up with it and probably you are too. We were reviewing the Huawei Mate 50 Pro this week. The Android smartphone brotherhood ratified “excommunicator” in 2019 as the latest flagship of the Chinese phone maker.
However, we don’t need to give you a brief history lesson again. Most people are undoubtedly conscious of the issues between Huawei and the United States administration. Those issues deprived the new smartphone series of GMS (Google Mobile Services). We acknowledged the smartphone manufacturer and its fans after reviewing the Huawei P50 Pro, last year.
Huawei P50 Pro was Functional without Google in 2022
We discovered that Huawei P50 Pro was still functional in 2022 without Google. But ultimately, we were also wondering why we should bother in this modern environment to get an inconstant user experience. We found that the smartphone was partially functional according to its potential and worked well. But we are also discussing nonsense as usual.
Haven’t you tried to complain about anything? You can also effectively use almost all Google applications more efficiently. Actually, it isn’t correct at all and of course not true. However, we know the drill and undoubtedly it is true and correct that you can use other features. You can use Google Maps, Google Drive, Gmail, and various other essential apps such as YouTube, WhatsApp, and Netflix.
Meanwhile, the DRM Info app said the Huawei Mate 50 Pro features L1 DRM to watch on-demand HD video content. But we believe it isn’t correct so we must check the facts with Huawei. It is easy and simple as you just need 3 applications including Aurora Store, GSpace, and Petal Search.
We will first discuss Petal Search as the least efficient of all options. This is the primary Huawei application. The application serves as a search engine or instead an APK file accumulation. Petal Search is used to install the specific applications often not discovered on App-Gallery.
Aside from this fact, most of the APKs are unable to install on the smartphone. You will find that most of them are unable to launch after the completion of the installation. The major reason is authorization via your Google account wasn’t working or there was some kind of lack of the GMS.
Aurora Store is considered the second solution. This substitute significant application store would enable you to download and install games and apps. However, it is much similar to the Google Play Store experience. Most of them work more excellently but some of them could offer very poor performance. Many cases have shown that poor cases were especially related to mobile games. Call of Duty Mobile and Apex Legends didn’t work perfectly as the apps closed shortly after launching.
GSpace (Virtual Space)
GSpace is the third and obviously, the final option comes in. The application is capable of establishing a specific type of virtual space for your Huawei smartphone. This virtual space works similarly to a normal Android phone with GM’s option. Just install the application via the Play Store but if nothing happened and Huawei is still an excellent companion with Google.
It is noteworthy that the virtual space will not allow you to add all the apps in this space. But you can clone some already installed apps on your smartphone to connect them with GSpace. However, this unique feature can make GSpace extra useful and even essential.
Our dedicated solution was to download the entire apps we needed from the Aurora Store to clone them into GSpace. We downloaded Uber, Uber Eats, Apex Legends Mobile, and the N26 banking app via the Aurora Store. All the downloaded applications worked more efficiently and perfectly in GSpace.