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Paylib Société Générale - Rooted / Unlocked bootloader phone & how to make it work

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By RedWave31, Senior Member on 15th July 2017, 01:07 PM
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This is a guide only for French users of the Société Générale Bank, in order to make the Paylib app work with a rooted/unlocked phone.

When launching, the app can display "Cette application est incompatible avec votre téléphone" on the basis it is rooted or unlocked.

I made the app work using Magisk 13.2B on a ZTE Axon 7
- Enable Magisk & Magisk Hide
- Hide the following apps (fewer may be required, it just works as-is for now)
> Android Services Library
> Android SHared Libary
>Gestionnaire de comptes Google (com.google.gsf.login)
>Google Play Store
> mobi.societegenerale.mobile.hce.sghce (com.societegenerale.paylibsanscontact)
> Shell
>Société Générale (if you have the app installed - mobi.societegenerale.mobile.lappli)

There it is, enjoy
30th November 2017, 08:09 AM |#2  
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I'm trying to do the same with OnePlus 3 with Oreo and for PayLib solution by Banque Populaire (fr.banquepopulaire.ccmp).

Without success...

I've got :
- OP3
- OxygenOS 5.0
- Android 8.0.0
- Magisk 14.5

And I've tried with hiding the following :
- Banque Populaire Cyberplus (fr.banquepopulaire.cyberplus)
- Paiement mobile (fr.banquepopulaire.ccmp)
- and like you,
--- Android Shared Library (com.google.android.ext.shared)
--- Android Services Library (com.google.android.ext.services)
--- Google Play Store (com.android.vending)
--- Shell (com.android.shell)

I don't have the Gestionnaire de compte (com.google.gsf.login)
Is it still working with your phone with Société Générale ?
1st December 2017, 07:15 PM |#3  
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Originally Posted by apollonaute

I'm trying to do the same with OnePlus 3 with Oreo and for PayLib solution by Banque Populaire (fr.banquepopulaire.ccmp).

Without success...

I've got :
- OP3
- OxygenOS 5.0
- Android 8.0.0
- Magisk 14.5

And I've tried with hiding the following :
- Banque Populaire Cyberplus (fr.banquepopulaire.cyberplus)
- Paiement mobile (fr.banquepopulaire.ccmp)
- and like you,
--- Android Shared Library (com.google.android.ext.shared)
--- Android Services Library (com.google.android.ext.services)
--- Google Play Store (com.android.vending)
--- Shell (com.android.shell)

I don't have the Gestionnaire de compte (com.google.gsf.login)
Is it still working with your phone with Société Générale ?

ouais ouais, same for me...
Banque Pop. Paiement Mobile used to work, until yesterday.
Since the payment app has been updated (to v1.4.0), it detects root and does not start, even after hiding the recommended apps & gapps, disable USB debugging...
Tested with Magisk 14.0.
I will try to hide some other apps, but Paiement Mobile might detect other apps requiring root (such as Titanium Backup or the like)
1st December 2017, 09:14 PM |#4  
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ouais ouais, same for me...
Banque Pop. Paiement Mobile used to work, until yesterday.
Since the payment app has been updated (to v1.4.0), it detects root and does not start, even after hiding the recommended apps & gapps, disable USB debugging...
Tested with Magisk 14.0.
I will try to hide some other apps, but Paiement Mobile might detect other apps requiring root (such as Titanium Backup or the like)

Funny that Pokémon Go and other apps like that didn't do the same trick to detect root, and Banque Populaire app with 10k users (play store said) succeed detecting root.
9th December 2017, 05:43 PM |#5  
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Finally, I made it. Here are the steps that worked for me:
1. check if RootBeer Sample can detect root --> yes (su & busybox)
2. flash Busybox-cleaner found here
3. install Magisk module "Busybox for Android NDK"
4. check if RootBeer Sample can detect root --> no
5. deactivate Apps2SD; don't know why, but this app or its scripts allow "Paiement mobile" to detect root
Several other apps using root could help payment apps to detect root.
Great! Now I can use this sh..ty app that works once every 5 trials...
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26th December 2017, 08:05 AM |#6  
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Originally Posted by fred.lyon

Finally, I made it. Here are the steps that worked for me:
1. check if RootBeer Sample can detect root --> yes (su & busybox)
2. flash Busybox-cleaner found here
3. install Magisk module "Busybox for Android NDK"
4. check if RootBeer Sample can detect root --> no
5. deactivate Apps2SD; don't know why, but this app or its scripts allow "Paiement mobile" to detect root
Several other apps using root could help payment apps to detect root.
Great! Now I can use this sh..ty app that works once every 5 trials...

I followed your steps without success. I don't have Apps2SD but Lucky Patcher (more or less the same intrusive ODEX modifier/patcher).
Nevermind, I'm still searching the app/tool which blocks that Paiement Mobile sh**ty app.
26th December 2017, 03:18 PM |#7  
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Originally Posted by apollonaute

I followed your steps without success. I don't have Apps2SD but Lucky Patcher (more or less the same intrusive ODEX modifier/patcher).
Nevermind, I'm still searching the app/tool which blocks that Paiement Mobile sh**ty app.

I succeeded to identify Apps2SD as troublemaker by symply deactivating it with TitaniumBackup. All the following apps (for rooted devices) are installed on my phone and none of them prevent the Paylib app to start:
- ROM Toolbox
- SD Maid
- Root Explorer
- Apps Ops
- Betterbatterystats
- Aurostarts
- Adaway
Hope it will shorten the list of apps to test.
26th December 2017, 03:29 PM |#8  
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Here the image of my RootBeer Sample app. What about yours?
RootBeer Sample
https://ibb.co/d10xn6
26th December 2017, 04:24 PM |#9  
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Originally Posted by apollonaute

Here the image of my RootBeer Sample app. What about yours?

https://ibb.co/d10xn6

Mine is now green for all categories.
Yours is looking like mine before making a fresh réinstallation of Magisk, cleaning busybox and reinstalling it as a Magisk module.
Are you sure Magisk Hide is working for you? What's going on when you install Root Checker (by App Hippie), hide it in Magisk and then run the app again?
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26th December 2017, 06:42 PM |#10  
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My mistake. I didn't hide RootBeer. Now I've hide it. And now almost everything is green checked. Except "potentially dangerous app".
So I need to find out which one breaks the root. Or at least makes other apps discover root.
I've tried with Root Check, with Magisk Hide and it works.

Edit : ok, with some app removed, now RootBeer is all green. But root is still detected by Paiement Mobile by Banque Populaire. F***ing app...
2nd April 2018, 08:30 AM |#11  
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Hi I'm also trying to install paylib and have same problem. tried to hide modules with magisk didn't work... any help ? thanks
edit : I'm using ma ctre, app fo crédit agricole with a paylib part in it
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