Learn – How to Download & install Google Play Store on the Huawei P40

Huawei p40 play store install With install Google Play Store on the Huawei P40 st‍ill being placed on the US Entity list and with the US and China trade war not looking like it will come to an end soon, it means that for the foreseeable future, Huawei users should probably not expect to have Google Play Services available on their devices.

But there is good news for those looking to put a bit of work into it.

This is because thanks to a workaround, you can actually install Google Play Services on your Huawei P40 smartphone. There are a lot of steps involved and it is by no means an official method, but if you absolutely need to have Google on your phone, then do read on as we’ll guide you through the entire process step by step.

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Before you get started Huawei p40 play store install

  1. You’ll want to backup your phone and all of its files in the event that something goes wrong
  2. You will also need an external USB drive
  3. You will also need an adapter that will let you connect your USB drive to your Huawei P40

How to install Google Play Store on the Huawei P40

  • Download the Huawei GMS Install file from here
  • Load it onto the USB drive and connect it to your Huawei P40
  • Go to Settings > System & updates > Backup & restore > Data backup > External storage > USB storage
  • Select the file you loaded onto the USB drive and tap Restore
  • Enter the password shown on your screen and tap OK
  • Clear all background applications
  • Look for the app on your home screen with a purple G icon and tap on it to launch the app
  • Tap Activate
  • Tap Allow
  • Return to the home screen and clear all background apps again
  • Relaunch the app and tap on the blue button at the bottom of the app’s screen and let it run in the background
  • Go to your phone’s files and open the USB drive
  • Look for the Google installation folder and tap on it
  • You will have to install the first six files so tap on them one by one to install them
  • Go to Settings > Users & accounts
  • Tap Add an account and select Google
  • You will be prompted with an error message informing you that the app was built for an older version of Android, but tap OK anyway
  • Tap Existing
  • Enter your Google login credentials and tap Sign in
  • Tap Next
  • At this point, you can keep adding Google accounts you want associating with the device, but you will have to do so now because once the process is complete, you won’t be able to unless you restart the entire installation procedure
  • Clear all background applications
  • Go to your phone’s files and open the USB drive
  • Look for the Google installation folder and tap on it
  • Tap on the seventh file which will be Google Services Framework
  • Tap Allow
  • Tap Install and wait
  • Once installed, tap Done
  • Give the phone a minute or two and you will start seeing a bunch of error messages which will be normal. You can
  • then choose to mute these error messages if they’re getting too annoying
  • Go to your phone’s home screen and you should see the Google Play Store app
  • Launch the newly-installed Google Play Store
  • Download and install an app called Device ID by VTechSevi
  • Launch the app and look for Google Service Framework
  • Clear your background applications
  • Go to your phone’s Settings > Apps
  • Tap the three-dot icon to the top right corner and select Show system processes
  • Look for Google Play Services
  • Tap Force Stop
  • Tap Uninstall
  • Clear all background applications
  • Go to your phone’s files and open the USB drive
  • Tap on the Google installation folder and install the eighth application called GMS Core Mod 1
  • Tap Allow
  • Tap Install
  • Go to your phone’s Settings > Apps
  • Tap the three-dot icon to the top right corner and select Show system processes
  • Look for Google Services Framework and tap on it and go to Storage
  • Tap Clear Cache and Clear Data
  • Clear all background applications
  • Launch the Device ID app and you will notice that the Google Services Framework ID is gone
  • Launch the Google Play Store – At this point some of you might be greeted by an error message asking you to retry.
  • Keep doing this until the app launches without any error messages. This could take several attempts
  • Launch the Device ID app and check if the Google Services Framework ID has been regenerated
  • Repeat steps 3 & 4 until the ID reappears
  • Once the Google Services Framework ID has been stored, go to your phone’s Settings > Apps
  • Tap the three dot icon to the top right corner and select Show system processes
  • Look for Google Play Services
  • Tap Force Stop
  • Tap Uninstall
  • Go to your phone’s files and open the USB drive
  • Tap on the Google installation folder and install the ninth application called GMS Core Mod 2
  • Tap Allow
  • Tap Install

Installation Google Services apps on Huawei P40 Pro by photo

1/ Click on APP Gallery and search for GSpace app then Download and Install the app on your Huawei P40 Pro:

2/ Download GSpace 1.0.5 apk with Google Play ICON:

3/ File manager => Huawei P40 Pro Phone storage => Download.

Easy way: How to install Google Play Store on the Huawei P40
How to install Google Play Store on the Huawei P40

4/ Long tap on GSPACE ICON => 4 dots =>Extract to => OK.

5/ YES => GSPACE ICON => Shortcut maker apk.

6/ ALLOW => Install => OPEN.

7/ Go back and Open Gspace app

8/ START => ALLOW => ALLOW => CONTINUE.

9/ Go back to file => play gspace shortcut => Shortcut maker => ALWAYS.

10/ Create Shortcut => ADD => Open Play store.

11/ SIGN IN => Sign in with your Gmail account => Account added on your Huawei P40 Pro.

12/ More => ACCEPT => Done.

13/ Congratulation, you can now install any application from the play store on your Huawei P40 Pro device running on EMUI 11.

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