there is no downgrade .. but if it is uninstalled then if I can reinstall a previous one right?
the option to make a full backup with twrp and reinstall the backup would also be valid? (exaggerated but ..)
Is not it necessary to update magisk while passing the safetynet test? I'm using the 18.1 and the test tells me that passes this test
I will try with the version that you indicate of cerberus, if the problem with magisk is solved is a big step, although I had another connectivity problem with lineage and I have never been answered to this problem
I will definitely not. Not for Netflix or for anybody else. I decide what I do with my device, not a multi billion dollar company.
It is clearly an issue that happened when switching from Magisk 19.2 to 19.3 and has nothing to do with Netflix itself, so let's see if the dev will fix this in a future release.
It appears that the play store allows apps to block compatibility with bootloader unlocked devices, and Netflix has done that in the past.
Question is whether Magisk previously successfully hid an unlocked bootloader and now doesn't do that, or doesn't hide that but Netflix has now decided to block these devices...
I know that Magisk did previously successfully hide an unlocked bootloader. Pretty much any custom kernel will also hide an unlocked bootloader.
I don't know if Magisk isn't doing that currently. If it is failing to hide an unlocked bootloader that's probably a bug. You should get the necessary logs and file a bug report on GitHub.
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