After waiting for a long time we have finally been able to start testing the new Huawei Mate 30 Pro, although as you can imagine, it is a peculiar terminal as it does not have Google services and applications.
There are ways to install them as we tell you in other articles, but the one that does not come with Google certification is a problem for other things, such as being able to make payments with Google Pay or that some applications allow its installation.
The particular case of Netflix
And we mentioned the latter because some streaming companies use Google certification to allow or not the execution of their mobile applications on Android terminals.
This is just what Netflix has been doing since version 5 of its application, which is now about two and a half years old. That is why current versions of the application cannot be installed on smartphones that do not have Google certification, as in the case of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro.
If we perform a search on Google Play the app will not appear to download it and if we download an APK and install it manually we will get an error before we can reproduce anything.
How to install Netflix on the Huawei Mate 30 Pro
So, as we tell you in this article, what we have to do is download the APK of version 4.6.1 and install it manually. We can log in easily but being an old application we will not have some of the advantages that Netflix has subsequently introduced, such as downloading content to watch offline.
You can download the application from APKmirror and install it directly using the option of unknown sources.
This is a problem added to the absence of Google applications, and it may not be the last application that gives us problems in the Huawei Mate 30 Pro.