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13th August 2019, 12:53 PM |#11  
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Thanks for sharing!
I have successfully installed the canary Magisk, have Magisk hide enabled, safetynet pass etc.
All bank apps work after adding them to the hide list, for example trying "Kontist" w/o hide gave error, with hide it works.

However, Fidor (3.14.0.1) is still not working for me :/
The app stays open for 1-2 seconds on the canary build, quite a bit longer than on stable version (instant close), clean cache + clean app data, still no luck.
So Fidor must use another detection method that the other bank apps don't have.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

https://www.didgeridoohan.com/magisk...root_from_apps
13th August 2019, 04:31 PM |#12  
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Similar Problem, my bank brought out a new app, that is detecting the root/custom rom somehow. The app closes and shows me security bullshit about root, jailbreak, custom roms. I don't know how everything should be hidden, SafetyNet checks out but this app can detect it. No idea how.
13th August 2019, 05:46 PM |#13  
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Similar Problem, my bank brought out a new app, that is detecting the root/custom rom somehow. The app closes and shows me security bullshit about root, jailbreak, custom roms. I don't know how everything should be hidden, SafetyNet checks out but this app can detect it. No idea how.

Check the link, one post before yours...
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13th August 2019, 06:22 PM |#14  
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Check the link, one post before yours...

Thanks, I was already going through that one.
Turns out the Banking app was detecting the Original Magisk Package.
Hiding Magisk Manager itself fixed my problem. Thanks for the link.
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15th August 2019, 09:46 AM |#15  
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https://www.didgeridoohan.com/magisk...root_from_apps

Still did not get Fidor to work. Crashes after the initial first 2-3 seconds. If I uninstall Magisk it works again. Disabling modules, delete files from sd-card, etc. didn't change a thing.
This also seem not to be the problem, since it works after uninstalling Magisk.

Fidor is hidden from Magisk, Magisk is repacked with other name.

Mind giving specific instructions on what you did to make Fidor work on your device?
15th August 2019, 11:08 AM |#16  
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Mind giving specific instructions on what you did to make Fidor work on your device?

It's all right there in the link provided. I'm not doing anything that's not described there... Of course, there's a whole lot of things there that I didn't do.

Here's my setup:
Android Pie.
Magisk v19.4 (19307), with hidden Manager.
The app on the Hide list.

My internal storage is full of Magisk files and I never bother to disable any modules (all of the ones I have installed can be hidden without issue). I also have OEM Unlocking disabled, but that's just by chance and not something I've done because of an app detecting it...
15th August 2019, 11:32 AM |#17  
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It's all right there in the link provided. I'm not doing anything that's not described there... Of course, there's a whole lot of things there that I didn't do.

Here's my setup:
Android Pie.
Magisk v19.4 (19307), with hidden Manager.
The app on the Hide list.

My internal storage is full of Magisk files and I never bother to disable any modules (all of the ones I have installed can be hidden without issue). I also have OEM Unlocking disabled, but that's just by chance and not something I've done because of an app detecting it...

So basically same setup. Still doesn't work with latest Fidor Release.
15th August 2019, 11:37 AM |#18  
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So basically same setup. Still doesn't work with latest Fidor Release.

When you say "basically", what's the difference?
15th August 2019, 11:50 AM |#19  
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When you say "basically", what's the difference?

That's the question. Even if I do a complete fresh install without anything else beside Magisk and Fidor: as soon as Magisk is running (hidden manager & Fidor, SafetyNet Pass and certified in PlayStore), Fidor stops working.
15th August 2019, 11:52 AM |#20  
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That's the question. Even if I do a complete fresh install without anything else beside Magisk and Fidor: as soon as Magisk is running (hidden manager & Fidor, SafetyNet Pass and certified in PlayStore), Fidor stops working.

You're going to have to start digging deeper then...
15th August 2019, 01:04 PM |#21  
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You're going to have to start digging deeper then...

Well, I'm out of ideas. I will get my hands on a Note 10 within the next few weeks and will start from scratch so if it won't work this way, there is nothing I can do about.
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