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By m4rkj4y, Junior Member on 11th December 2019, 03:05 PM
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Hi everyone, looking for some guidance on magisk hide. I've searched for days but nothing yet, I'll try my best to explain my problem then I'll list my device and ROM etc after. So I've rooted my phone, installed magisk, updated everything within magisk, magisk hide works and hides my root from banking Netflix etc, modules install without a hitch and work fine BUT... When ever I try to hide magisk manager itself (different name etc) I get the error message "hide magisk failed." My logs show nothing related to it so no error codes or reasons it could be being blocked. I checked out John wus Twitter he had a post a while back explaining that Google play protect is blocking the installation and to disable it then enable it after magisk repacks. Most people there said it worked for them, but it isn't working for me. Things I've tried:
Uninstall magisk through the app and reinstall (twrp)
Unroot phone and reroot through twrp
Update OS
Wipe phone, downgrade OS reroot
Disable Google play through play store
Disable all Google services using service disabler app
Disable all Google services and miui security
Updated magisk to canary
Downgraded magisk to 19.4 (now back on latest build)
Deleted the magisk files in root browser
Renamed magisk files through twrp and through root browser
There may be a couple of other things I've tried Ive been at it for days lol. I'm hoping I'm just being really stupid and missing something and it's an easy fix, but googling it brings up mainly older posts, the fixes I find don't work for me, or people assume I'm asking about 'magisk hide' rather than 'hide magisk'. I would really appreciate any help people could give. Thank you

Phone details:
Redmi note 8 pro Global
Miui global 10.4.1 (pggmixm)
Android version 9
Security patch 2019-9-1
Magisk
20.2
Manager
7.4.1
(Canary)
11th December 2019, 04:23 PM |#2  
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You're mixing up the terminology a bit, which might explain why some have a hard time understanding what you're asking for. You're trying to hide the Manager, not Magisk.

Another thing you could try is if it's SELinux causing issues. Set it to permissive and try again (and don't forget to set it back to enforcing again afterwards). If it still fails, you'll need to provide at least a logcat showing when things go wrong.
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11th December 2019, 04:38 PM |#3  
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Ah brilliant thanks I'll try that now n let u know yeah I thought I might be getting something wrong, it usually just works firs time so I've never actually had to actually look into how it works etc lol
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Your an absolute legend. Worked a charm!! I really can't thank you enough, I feel really stupid, but I'm also very happy now lol. Thanks so much
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11th December 2019, 04:50 PM |#5  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by m4rkj4y

Your an absolute legend. Worked a charm!! I really can't thank you enough, I feel really stupid, but I'm also very happy now lol. Thanks so much

We're always learning on XDA
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11th December 2019, 05:06 PM |#6  
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I'm always happy to learn, I usually get so mad with getting something wrong I overlook the simple things lol
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Originally Posted by m4rkj4y

Your an absolute legend. Worked a charm!! I really can't thank you enough, I feel really stupid, but I'm also very happy now lol. Thanks so much

I have the same problem in note 8 pro. Could you provide the details how to solve the problem? Many thx
5th March 2020, 01:59 AM |#8  
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Originally Posted by m4rkj4y

Your an absolute legend. Worked a charm!! I really can't thank you enough, I feel really stupid, but I'm also very happy now lol. Thanks so much

Have you solved the problem?
Teach me please
19th March 2020, 11:07 PM |#9  
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log:

--------- beginning of main
--------- beginning of system
03-19 18:48:48.508 456 456 I Magisk : Magisk v20.3(20300) daemon started
03-19 18:48:48.508 456 456 I Magisk : * Device API level: 28
03-19 18:48:58.498 456 457 I Magisk : ** post-fs-data mode running
03-19 18:48:58.500 456 457 I Magisk : * Initializing Magisk environment
03-19 18:48:58.515 456 457 E Magisk : su: cannot find manager
03-19 18:48:58.516 456 457 I Magisk : * Mounting mirrors
03-19 18:48:58.518 456 457 I Magisk : mount: /sbin/.magisk/mirror/vendor
03-19 18:48:58.518 456 457 I Magisk : mount: /sbin/.magisk/mirror/data
03-19 18:48:58.518 456 457 I Magisk : link: /sbin/.magisk/mirror/system
03-19 18:48:58.518 456 457 I Magisk : link: /sbin/.magisk/mirror/product
03-19 18:48:58.518 456 457 I Magisk : * Setting up internal busybox
03-19 18:48:58.528 456 457 I Magisk : * Running post-fs-data.d scripts
03-19 18:48:58.530 456 457 I Magisk : * Running module post-fs-data scripts
03-19 18:48:58.530 456 457 I Magisk : * Loading modules
03-19 18:48:58.535 456 466 I Magisk : * Starting MagiskHide
03-19 18:48:58.535 456 466 I Magisk : hide_policy: Hiding sensitive props
03-19 18:48:58.535 456 466 I Magisk : hide_list init: [com.google.android.gms/com.google.android.gms.unstable]
03-19 18:48:58.538 456 466 I Magisk : hide_list init: [org.microg.gms.droidguard/com.google.android.gms.unstable]
03-19 18:48:59.178 456 738 I Magisk : ** late_start service mode running
03-19 18:48:59.179 456 738 I Magisk : * Running service.d scripts
03-19 18:48:59.186 456 738 I Magisk : * Running module service scripts
03-19 18:49:07.765 456 2144 I Magisk : ** boot_complete triggered
03-19 18:49:07.816 2159 2159 I Magisk : apk_install: /data/magisk.apk
03-19 18:49:26.698 456 466 I Magisk : proc_monitor: [com.google.android.gms.unstable] PID=[5699] UID=[10010]
03-19 18:49:30.324 6360 6360 I Magisk : apk_install: Success
03-19 18:49:44.754 456 466 I Magisk : proc_monitor: [com.google.android.gms.unstable] PID=[8515] UID=[10010]
26th March 2020, 01:43 AM |#10  
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Work
Hide magisk manager App

1.Set Selinux permissive.
Open terminal type
su
setenforce 0

2.Force close magisk manager from settings
3.Open magisk manager and go to settings click on hide magisk manager and put any name then ok ..and wait
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