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[2017.10.01] suhide-lite v1.09 [EXPERIMENTAL/UNSUPPORTED]

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5th December 2017, 05:09 AM |#711  
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busybox in itself doesn't trip SafetyNet. Just install it systemlessly to /sbin/supersu/xbin.

Okay, I have tried that, and it seems that I can indeed install BusyBox without a problem. Unfortunately, the app does not seem to appropriately detect the presence of a BusyBox installation, and throws an error saying that it was not found. The app that I am having a hard time with is MacSpoofer. Any suggestions on what I should do about it?
 
 
5th December 2017, 02:50 PM |#712  
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Okay, I have tried that, and it seems that I can indeed install BusyBox without a problem. Unfortunately, the app does not seem to appropriately detect the presence of a BusyBox installation, and throws an error saying that it was not found. The app that I am having a hard time with is MacSpoofer. Any suggestions on what I should do about it?

That app hasn't been updated since 2015. I'm guessing (you should be able to verify looking at a log) that it has a hard coded busybox path, probably to /system/xbin.
You may want to try a different app. Change my Mac seems to have a much better rating, has been updated recently, and has a thread on XDA.
https://forum.xda-developers.com/and...i-mac-t3394540
8th December 2017, 04:22 PM |#713  
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That app hasn't been updated since 2015. I'm guessing (you should be able to verify looking at a log) that it has a hard coded busybox path, probably to /system/xbin.
You may want to try a different app. Change my Mac seems to have a much better rating, has been updated recently, and has a thread on XDA.
https://forum.xda-developers.com/and...i-mac-t3394540

Thanks! I've updated to Change My Mac, and it works wonderfully. Also so many more features than that one I was previously using.
8th December 2017, 08:20 PM |#714  
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As soon as the testing is finished this will make my phone complete! Smg930v, QK2 update, latest security patch, eng bat root method! Months I've been trying to figure out how to hide my root, I can't find anything so this will help when it becomes compatible!
13th December 2017, 07:08 AM |#715  
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1. Fresh install ALEXNDR ROM 4.3 G900F NOROOT
2. SafetyNet verified passing
3. Flashed SuperSU 2.82 RS5 in SBIN mode
4. Flashed suhide 1.09 (successfully installed but the app was missing from app drawer so I extracted it from zip and installed it)
5. SafetyNet verified NOT passing
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13th December 2017, 11:01 AM |#716  
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1. Fresh install ALEXNDR ROM 4.3 G900F NOROOT
2. SafetyNet verified passing
3. Flashed SuperSU 2.82 RS5 in SBIN mode
4. Flashed suhide 1.09 (successfully installed but the app was missing from app drawer so I extracted it from zip and installed it)
5. SafetyNet verified NOT passing

Hide the SuperSU and Suhide apps by volume up and down thrice
13th December 2017, 03:53 PM |#717  
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Hide the SuperSU and Suhide apps by volume up and down thrice

Tried that already (up down, up down, up down ) but where exactly do I do that, when and where do I have to press them? Supersu and Suhide are still visible in app drawer.
13th December 2017, 04:34 PM |#718  
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Tried that already (up down, up down, up down ) but where exactly do I do that, when and where do I have to press them? Supersu and Suhide are still visible in app drawer.

I suspect that suhide was not actually correctly installed. Contents of /sbin/supersu/suhide?
13th December 2017, 04:43 PM |#719  
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I suspect that suhide was not actually correctly installed. Contents of /sbin/supersu/suhide?

There you go

Should I try with suhide 1.0 instead?
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13th December 2017, 05:03 PM |#720  
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There you go

Should I try with suhide 1.0 instead?

Holy god, that file explorer app looks like Windows 3.1. Why?!
13th December 2017, 06:35 PM |#721  
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Holy god, that file explorer app looks like Windows 3.1. Why?!

It looks better with the dark theme applied. That being said it's a great file explorer (x-plore) that does pretty much anything you could ask of one. Functionally it's A++
@RIPAciD that looks correct - except what's that APK file doing there? It shouldn't be there. No I wouldn't use 1.0, but you may want to try removing the current setup and try reinstalling (uninstall the APK. Delete the suhide folder. Reboot)
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