What exactly is a blacklist?
Blacklist is a database with a list of devices that have been lost, stolen or bills not paid. If a device is blacklisted, wireless carriers will not allow the device to connect to the network, even if a valid SIM card is used.
Blacklisted devices are verified by 15-day IMEI number. The blacklist is used in many countries and is published in an international database through the GSMA. We can be sure that a device blacklisted in the UK will not be able to be used in any of the participating countries, and vice versa.
To find out the blacklist status, you need to know the unique IMEI number of the device you want to check. If you are looking for a used device to buy, the first thing you should check is definitely the blacklist status.
- In the first step, open the IMEI.info website and enter the IMEI number in the empty field, click CHECK.
or simply enter the IMEI number in the brackets below and click Check BLACKLIST PRO.
- At this point, you can find the specification of HUAWEI P30 Pro New Edition. Click on phone blacklist check – PRO to get blacklist status information.
- This is the time to click on the Place Order button to make your purchase successfully.
- In the end, if your HUAWEI P30 Pro New Edition is BLACKLISTED, as a result of the check you will receive information such as:
Model name, model number, manufacturer, blacklist status, blacklisted country, blacklisted.
If HUAWEI P30 Pro New Edition is CLEAR, you will receive information such as:
Model name, model number, manufacturer, blacklist status.
Let’s use the below guide to check how to check blacklist:
Huawei p30 blocked in the android app store
On Twitter, opinions were divided – some smartphone owners confirmed that they had encountered a similar problem, while others noted that their gadgets worked without failures. At the same time, Huawei confirmed to Android Authority the presence of difficulties and stated that they are working together with Google to resolve them.
Huawei later clarified that difficulties arise for those users whose smartphones are running the beta version of EMUI 10 based on Android 10, which has been available since August. The source of the problem is Google, whose SafetyNet with build numbers 10.0.0.42 and 10.0.0.0 produces an error, while build 10.0.0.153 allows you to fully use the gadget.