SafetyNet Bypass? [PKMN GO]

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  1. gudenau
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    Has anyone been able to modify Pokémon go with XPosed or similar to make it ignore SafetyNet? Or is that somehow tied into the authentication process in such a way it can't be nop'd or spoofed?

    I want root and Pokémon GO!, but for now I'm not using root and I miss some of the tweaks.
     
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    I got it to work, here is what I did. (Had it for a while)

    Boot into TWRP
    Wipe ONLY SYSTEM
    Install pureNexus
    Install GAPPs
    Install Magisk
    Install PHH's SuperUser for Magisk
    Clear Caches
    Reboot into System
    Install Magisk Manager APK
    Install PHH's SuperUser from the Play Store
    Enable MagiskHide
    Enable MagiskHide for Pokémon GO! and SafetyNet Helper
     
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    Awesome :)
     
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    It's not going to last very long though. You'll have to constantly update/reinstall root as it gets blocked again and new methods come out. For that reason I just gave up and unrooted, I don't need root very often and I have the SuperSU zip on my phone so I can reroot anytime.
     
  6. gudenau
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    It has lasted a while though, which is good. Seems that Magisk has done it in a way that is harder to detect. :-D