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By kevinwu128, Senior Member on 11th February 2018, 08:24 AM
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Hi All,

I have an app that detects for root, i think it might be using safety net check

I'm on s7 edge with Nougat.

I was on Magisk and was able to hide the app, but recently found it, it was the reason due to many apps not running and SD card being slow..

After flashing to SuperSU Pro v.282-SR5 - everything is working great and with xposed as well!

But the problem now is, i can't hide root for one app - is it possible within SuperSU to just hide root from that one app?

thanks,
 
 
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Originally Posted by kevinwu128

Hi All,

I have an app that detects for root, i think it might be using safety net check

I'm on s7 edge with Nougat.

I was on Magisk and was able to hide the app, but recently found it, it was the reason due to many apps not running and SD card being slow..

After flashing to SuperSU Pro v.282-SR5 - everything is working great and with xposed as well!

But the problem now is, i can't hide root for one app - is it possible within SuperSU to just hide root from that one app?

thanks,

https://forum.xda-developers.com/app...-lite-t3653855
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Thanks, but I have xposed.

Any other way?
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Thanks, but I have xposed.

Any other way?

There are Xposed modules for that. But you can only partially hide Xposed (fake a cts profile match) with modules like "No device check". The only way to completely bypass an app detecting Xposed is to deactivate Xposed when you need to use the app in question.
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