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Does anyone know of a way to be able to use Isis while being rooted? Surprisingly I used it quite often. And I just rooted last night soooo....

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Does anyone know of a way to be able to use Isis while being rooted? Surprisingly I used it quite often. And I just rooted last night soooo....

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Use rootcloak it's for the xposed module. Add it to the list and you won't have a problem.

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I'll have to check that out

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I'll have to check that out

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Yeah it works because I used it to get the 50 dollar gift card.

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Yeah it works because I used it to get the 50 dollar gift card.

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Same here. Wanted that $50 credit, rootcloak works perfectly.

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Same here. Wanted that $50 credit, rootcloak works perfectly.

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I didn't care about it, the AT&T salesman told me about it.

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Rootcloak works perfectly but Xposed sometimes needs to be updated (i.e. rebooted) and it always seems to happen when I want to use ISIS but no complaints/problems otherwise!
 
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Same here. Wanted that $50 credit, rootcloak works perfectly.

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Is this promotion over? I have absolutely no use for Isis, but I was intrigued by the $50 credit. Only one of my Chase cards works, but there are no businesses in my neighborhood where I would want to use it. Great tip about Rootcloak, though.

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