In this guide, we will show you the steps to fix the notifications issues on your Huawei devices running the GMS. Owing to the US-China trade war, there were a lot of parties on the losing end. One among them was the set of users who had a Huawei device. For the unaware, the OEM was restricted from shipping their devices with Google Apps, Services, and Frameworks.
An Android device without these offerings would be really challenging for a lot of users. But thanks to the open-source nature of the OS, there exist many tweaks through which you could now import all the Google Apps onto your device. All this is carried out via Google Mobile Services (GMS). But since it is a workaround, chances of a few issues are always there. Among them, one of the most concerning issues is the inability of the users to receive notifications,
Even if they are receiving, it is being delayed by many hours. This isn’t just related to Google Apps, even the non-Google ones are also facing this problem. Fortunately, there’s now a handy method to rectify this issue, and this guise shall make you aware of just that. So without further ado, here are the required instructions to fix the notifications issues on GMS Huawei.
How to Fix Notifications Issues on GMS Huawei
The below instructions are listed under separate sections for ease of understanding. Make sure to follow in the exact same sequence as mentioned. Droidwin and its members wouldn’t be held responsible in case of a thermonuclear war, your alarm doesn’t wake you up, or if anything happens to your device and data by performing the below steps.
STEP 1: Install the Required Apps
- To begin with, download and install the Device ID app. [You could download any one of your choices, just make sure that it displays the Google Service Framework ID].
- Then launch it and it will show you the Google Service Framework ID. We would be randomizing it.
- If you wish, you may note down the current ID and compare it with the new one that would be generated at the end of this guide.
- Moving on, now download and install the Push Notification app from the Play Store [optional].
- Launch it and it shall show a cross next to Register for Push Notifications. Well, this is the root cause of the issue, which we are going to fix in this guide to fix the notifications issues on GMS Huawei.
STEP 2: Reinstall Google Play Services and Framework
- So head over to the Settings menu on your device and go to Apps > Apps.
- Then tap on the overflow icon situated at the top right and select Show processes.
- Go to Google Play Services and hit the Uninstall button. Reply OK in the confirmation message dialog box.
- After that, download the Huawei GMS Fix ZIP file and extract it. Upon extraction, you will find two files, Google Service Framework and Google Play Services.
- First off, install the Google Play Services. After that, install the Google Service Framework. Once done, move over to the next step to fix the notifications issues on GMS Huawei.
STEP 3: Disable Google Apps Auto Launch
- Once both the apps are installed, go to Settings > App Launch.
- Then tap on the overflow icon situated at the top right and select Show system preferences.
- Now search for Google Service Framework and disable the toggle next to it.
- It shall bring up a Manage Manually pop-up. Disable the Auto-launch and Run in Background toggles and hit OK.
- After that, tap on the overflow icon situated at the top right. This time select Manage Manually.
- Go to the Google Service Framework and verify that the Auto-launch and Run in Background have been unchecked. If that is not the case, then do so right away and proceed to the next step to fix the notifications issues on GMS Huawei.
STEP 4: Clear Data Google Service Framework
- Now turn off the internet on your device.
- Then go to Settings > Apps > Apps and tap on tap on the overflow icon situated at the top right.
- Then select Google Service Framework, go to its Storage section, and tap on Clear Data. Reply OK in the confirmation screen.
- Once the data has been deleted, reboot your device and move to the final step to fix the notifications issues on GMS Huawei.
STEP 5: Fix Delayed Notifications Huawei GMS
- Once it boots up, make sure to turn off the internet. Then launch the Device ID app.
- You shall now see a new Google Service Framework ID.
- Now turn on the internet and launch the Push Notification app.
- You shall now see the green tick mark next to Register for Push Notifications. And with this, the process stands complete.
So this was all from this guide on how to fix the notifications issues on GMS Huawei. If you have any queries concerning the aforementioned steps, do let us know in the comments. We will get back to you with a solution at the earliest.
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