HMS will succeed, just give it a bit of time to mature. Huawei also needs to push HMS as a free service to other Android phones to spread the word. Google charges $60 per phone, so as HMS gets close to Google, watch out...
systemic, 18 Feb 2020Xiaomi had 5% margin, in 2016-2018, now - 2020, that's a about 25% (still lower than competiti... moreThey said 5% in their IPO ... where did you get your figure from, source link?
LG Superfan, 18 Feb 2020I thought phones without GMS already had HMSPhones with GMS also have HMS, at least my P30 Pro.
LG Superfan, 18 Feb 2020I thought phones without GMS already had HMSEver heard of something called 'microG'? Go and check that out if you don't.
Whackcar, 18 Feb 2020So P40 series will follow this route. Not bad. Certainly an attractive option for people who w... moreI definitely want to see more deGoogled devices after this. So for once, thank you Mr. Trump.
So P40 series will follow this route. Not bad. Certainly an attractive option for people who want less Google in their lives. Since Huawei is the 2nd-highest selling smartphone brand, most app developers will offer their apps on the platform. Apps that are dependent on GMS will get modified to work on HMS as well. I see this working out. Yes Huawei's sales will not be as good as before, but that can improve over time. Good luck to them.
The problem is that some apps require Google play store authentication. So netbank apps can be an issue.
Shui8, 18 Feb 2020New method to sideload GMS - https://youtu.be/xN4dgLtC1I0 Just by using an apk file & t... moreNot quite sure if it's a good idea to recommend people to install GMS using this proposed method.. As already pointed out in xda, this installer app asks for tons of unnecessary permissions which good old LZPlay didn't. I think using the backup data method is more time consuming but far more secure and reliable way at the same time.
NotAnOpinion, 18 Feb 2020On any device, huh? So, that means, Huawei do have backdoors in its ecosystem, right?Google Play installer for Huawei phone use the company's proprietary API that is similar to what many Chinese manufacturers (e.g. Xiaomi, Meizu) also have on their phones, allowing certain authorised 3rd party apps to behave like user-level package installer. You're making it look like the existence of such API is such a serious security issue by using the term "backdoor", but that's not really the case here.
NotAnOpinion, 18 Feb 2020There's also an alternative way to purchase contraband too but I'd never advocate avenues to i... moreOh yeah? So your source are trusted?
An iphone camera better than Mirrorless/DSLR?
I rest my case here, keep replying.
Sonu4678, 18 Feb 2020So you decided to resolve this conversation by throwing mud at the guy. Now he is branded appl... moreNope. I resolved it already repeatedly on the top sentence.
The last sentence, well you know, be happy with your brand. But dont make assumption blindly beyond facts.
Shui8, 18 Feb 2020No, the main concern is, its an alternative way to get GMS. And I've said it repeatedly, no on... moreThere's also an alternative way to purchase contraband too but I'd never advocate avenues to its source.
Keep being loyal to the untrusted sources.
Shui8, 18 Feb 2020No, the main concern is, its an alternative way to get GMS. And I've said it repeatedly, no on... moreSo you decided to resolve this conversation by throwing mud at the guy. Now he is branded apple guy for god know whatever he said in the past. Man, you act like a typical female, digging up his story to one-up him.
"Have a good day, enjoy your iphone."
Feeling exhilarated, aren't we?
NotAnOpinion, 18 Feb 2020The concern is, you are advocating for buyers to use this high-security risk ILLEGAL software ... moreNo, the main concern is, its an alternative way to get GMS. And I've said it repeatedly, no one force anyone to install it.
Oh now i remember you, a person who admire iphone camera over any actual camera out there, with lame excuses. No wonder u keeps denial when it comes to other brand.
Have a good day, enjoy your iphone.
Anonymous, 18 Feb 2020which one has been relied upon by governments too much for far too long?Let's be honest here on how most (NOT ALL) crypto's are used in the world shall we.
Dark web illegal purchaes, etc.
NotAnOpinion, 18 Feb 2020Which one reaches more consumers, crypto or a tele-network?which one has been relied upon by governments too much for far too long?
Shui8, 18 Feb 2020Maybe its develop by Huawei itself. So? Whats the problem? Like i said, install it at own risk... moreThe concern is, you are advocating for buyers to use this high-security risk ILLEGAL software suite (that can brick a user phone by Huawei or Google at any given time) and you have not used or have it yourself on your device.