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5th January 2017, 02:19 AM |#5481  
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Dear all,
I am trying to fix hang in boot animation problems. I had similar errors when installing supersu or marco kernel, but I got around all that by cleaning up with Magisk-uninstall, cleanupSU, suhide-rm.

Now I am running 7.1.1 (n4f26j), Marco kernel v44, SuperSU 2.79-SR2 (systemless), and I want to install hidesu (0.55), but flashing it from twrp (3.0.3) and rebooting always hangs in the boot animation for long time.

Any suggestion what needs to be done here?

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You should read previous posts about su hide

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5th January 2017, 03:16 AM |#5482  
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I didn't mess with those settings at all. I flashed the magisk 10.2 zip from my custom recovery (TWRP) after I flashed the franco kernel.

I got error:1 trying to flash magisk 10.2

well, idk if it work for 5x will it work on 6p?

going back to rootswitch for now.
5th January 2017, 04:12 AM |#5483  
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Hey guys,
Successfully got SN green by using the new rootswitch patch. Here's what I did:
1. Unroot and pass SN green without root (I used EX kernel to patch unlocked bootloader problems)
2. Boot into twrp and use
adb push custom_ramdisk_patch.sh /data
adb push dot.supersu /data/.supersu
3. Rename dot.supersu to .supersu
4. chmod 755 (option when the file is clicked on in file manager in twrp)
5. Reroot using supersu sr4
6. Reboot
7. Use rootswitch 1.3.3.2 to disable root
8. Use Safetynet Helper to pass SN Green

I have the files and rootswitch apk attached below
Working on my Nexus 6p as of 11/25

This worked great for me on my 6P, December update.
Substituted FrancoKernel 43 and SuperSU 2.79 SR2 (latest).
Worth noting - strictly speaking this method has nothing to do with SuHide even if it achieves the same goal.

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5th January 2017, 05:53 AM |#5484  
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I got error:1 trying to flash magisk 10.2

well, idk if it work for 5x will it work on 6p?

going back to rootswitch for now.

I'm not familiar with that error. How did you try flashing it? You should be unrooted when you do this. Make sure you get the 10.2 from the official source

If you still get errors trying to flash magisk, I would post in the support thread
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5th January 2017, 10:19 AM |#5485  
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This worked great for me on my 6P, December update.
Substituted FrancoKernel 43 and SuperSU 2.79 SR2 (latest).
Worth noting - strictly speaking this method has nothing to do with SuHide even if it achieves the same goal.

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No you're right but there was a version of this which included suhide, where he probably got this from or the person he got this from had it from that guide otherwise it wouldn't make sense to post it in this thread as you are trying to suggest because this is suhide thread not root switch thread.

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5th January 2017, 01:04 PM |#5486  
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Originally Posted by rajlulla

Hey guys,
Successfully got SN green by using the new rootswitch patch. Here's what I did:
1. Unroot and pass SN green without root (I used EX kernel to patch unlocked bootloader problems)
2. Boot into twrp and use
adb push custom_ramdisk_patch.sh /data
adb push dot.supersu /data/.supersu
3. Rename dot.supersu to .supersu
4. chmod 755 (option when the file is clicked on in file manager in twrp)
5. Reroot using supersu sr4
6. Reboot
7. Use rootswitch 1.3.3.2 to disable root
8. Use Safetynet Helper to pass SN Green

I have the files and rootswitch apk attached below
Working on my Nexus 6p as of 11/25

Hi, I am new in this area. Does this work on my OnePlus One (Android 6) too and bypass latest safetynet?
Or is there a better way for me?
5th January 2017, 01:42 PM |#5487  
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Hello. I've successfully installed SuHide on a Nexus 6p with very little problems, but I've run into a snag with the OnePlus 3t.
Steps I've taken:
* I've done a clean install of the OTA 7.0 Nougat kernel and validated both SafetyNet and functionality.
* I've installed the latest version of SuperSU into systemless, validated root
* I've validated that the SU doesn't exist in any of the folders.
* Verity has been removed from the O+3t

At this point I have zero problems with the phone and am able to run as root without a problem.
However, whenever I install SUHide (either v 0.55 or 0.54) the system hangs at the boot animation.
I can boot back into TWRP and run the SUHide-RM and the system loads fine. I've gone back to August and have read and tried some of the suggested posts, but am not sure what I am missing. If somebody is able to point out a post number or suggest something I may have overlooked on the One Plus 3T version I would appreciate it. In fact any help would be greatly appreciated.

(Edit: I am going to have to go back and flash the Franco Kernel as after writing this up I realized I didn't do that to get around the whole "November issue"). If there is something else I am missing please let me know.
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Figured a way around the november security patch issue, but there are still some other issues that I can't seem to figure out.
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Figured a way around the november security patch issue, but there are still some other issues that I can't seem to figure out.

Sweet! I am happy to test things if needed. (Pixel XL)
5th January 2017, 07:03 PM |#5490  
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Figured a way around the november security patch issue, but there are still some other issues that I can't seem to figure out.

Happy to test on Nexus 6 and Pixel C.

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Figured a way around the november security patch issue, but there are still some other issues that I can't seem to figure out.

Awesome! Since a lot of us are on the January patch already, do you or anyone else know if they changed anything after November?
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