Huawei Mate X3 HarmonyOS Installation ALT-L29 Convert ALT-AL00

The Huawei Mate X3 is like, the lightest foldable phone out there, weighing only 239 grams or 241 grams, depending on the back material. For its cover display, Huawei developed Kunlun Glass, a new material that is more scratch-resistant and durable than previous foldable screens. The device has two OLED displays with 120Hz refresh rates, one of which is 7.85 inches and the other 6.4 inches when folded. There is a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 4G chipset, 12GB of RAM, and up to 1TB of storage on this device, which runs HarmonyOS 3.1 in China or EMUI 13.1 in Europe. Lots of global users are looking to install HarmonyOS because there is the possibility of running Google Mobile Services on Chinese HarmonyOS. We are offering a service to convert ALT-L29 into ALT-AL00.

Huawei Mate X3 HarmonyOS Installation ALT-L29 Convert ALT-AL00


  • VoWifi doesn’t work in the Chinese version
  • Rollback to EMUI will not be possible until the firmware is not available for the global version
  • Updates will not work after converting to Chinese
  • HarmonyOS don’t support esim (Make sure you remove esim configuration and set 2nd sim to physical sim before conversion)
    NFC is not working in HarmonyOS

How this service works:

  • USB thumb drive with OTG connector is required
  • Windows 10/11 computer is required
  • All data on your phone will be wiped
  • Teamviewer should be installed on your computer
  • The phone should be able to connect with pc
  • We will connect to your computer through TeamViewer and convert it
  • It takes around 1-2 hours of your time
  • After conversion, your phone will have stock firmware
  • 100% guaranteed success rate
What is the cost:
  • Service charges keep changing, always contact us for the latest price
  • Payment is accepted through PayPal, Bitcoin/USDT, and MoneyGram

Contact us:

Mutahhar Bashir

Passionate blogger, have excellent problem solving skills, quick learner, love to accomplish difficult tasks, improving my skills while helping others through this blog.

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