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I'd like to know exactly why XPosed trips the SafteyNet checks even when running as a Magisk module. Is there a change that's easy to detect? Is it not possible to isolate the changes to certain apps? I want all the technical details about this is...
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Yes, it's enabled in the config file when building the kernel, but I've never tested loading a module myself. Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk Cool! I have no idea what I wanted to do with a module before, but that's good to know....
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safetynet checks the zygote, which xposed modifies to work, thats why it trips, be it system or systemless, it didnt used to. Safetynet has evolved he did: https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=73691464&postcount=4200 Sure it check...
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Possibly check that the file name actually ends in .apk and not .apk.zip ... Some browsers will download them as zips for whatever reason. That's really odd that using an adb shell isn't even helping. It's an APK, chrome doesn't do that on mobi...