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

KaMyKaSii

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I think you should make it totally explicit that it is not possible to install suhide having Xposed (in my case on /system) since the installation will fail when detecting it. At least I understood that we should test and report whether it worked or not. But I'm not an English speaker, I may have misinterpreted it
 

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Gave this a try out of curiosity, and it seems like hiding root from apps such as Snapchat and Mario Run work great. However, I'm unable to pass SafetyNet.

I'm doing this simply out of curiosity and do not require SafetyNet to be passed, but I'm just playing around with this and seeing if I can make it work. I'm wondering if I did need it to pass, do I need to hide something other than Google Play Services in suhide? Also, should I be selecting the "hide root" option (red icon) or hidden from other apps (blue icon)?

I am using a Google Pixel XL, so I'm not sure if this may be the reason of SafetyNet failing (because of the A/B layout).
 

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Gave this a try out of curiosity, and it seems like hiding root from apps such as Snapchat and Mario Run work great. However, I'm unable to pass SafetyNet.

I'm doing this simply out of curiosity and do not require SafetyNet to be passed, but I'm just playing around with this and seeing if I can make it work. I'm wondering if I did need it to pass, do I need to hide something other than Google Play Services in suhide? Also, should I be selecting the "hide root" option (red icon) or hidden from other apps (blue icon)?

I am using a Google Pixel XL, so I'm not sure if this may be the reason of SafetyNet failing (because of the A/B layout).
Are you in stock rom? Because Safetynet has two steps, the CTS and the basic integrity check. Normally the first one only goes into stock roms (the custom roms devs modify the information in build.prop and so the device is not recognized as certified by Google) and the basic integrity check passes if you can hide root or any similar modification what you have done in the system
 
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Are you in stock rom? Because Safetynet has two steps, the CTS and the basic integrity check. Normally the first one only goes into stock roms (the custom roms devs modify the information in build.prop and so the device is not recognized as certified by Google) and the basic integrity check passes if you can hide root or any similar modification what you have done in the system
I am running PureNexus and I also noticed my Play Store shows uncertified. I'm guessing these are the culprits as to why it was failing. All good as I don't need it to pass, I was simply curious and decided to give it a try.

It's still great to be able to login to Snapchat without having to unroot first though! Thanks for the information, it was helpful :highfive:

Update:
A simple restart gave me certified on the Play Store and SafteyNet passed! However, suhide still has a green checkmark for Google Play services and yet it still passed

Update 2:
Left my phone for a few mins and when I went to scan my fingerprint, the reader was unresponsive. Same went for hardware buttons; had to force restart and now SafetyNet is back to failing (I still have certified in Play Store). I also noticed Play Services reverts back to a green checkmark every time I change it to hide root. Once I reenter the app, it's back to green. No big deal for me but it's definitely interesting to observe all that's going on with this lol
 
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Does citrix secure hub run constantly in the background, or do you just need it now and then ?

Have you read the instructions in the About screen as stated ?

Have you tried hiding the SuperSU GUI ? (3x volup/voldown alternate) Because that is what it's detecting.

It's not detecting the su binary, I assume you already hid root from the hub ?



Try clear Google Play Store and Google Play Services app data.

Netflix shows for me on a freshly installed device.
Now it works as it should, thank you Chainfire!
 

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I am running PureNexus and I also noticed my Play Store shows uncertified. I'm guessing these are the culprits as to why it was failing. All good as I don't need it to pass, I was simply curious and decided to give it a try.

It's still great to be able to login to Snapchat without having to unroot first though! Thanks for the information, it was helpful :highfive:

Update:
A simple restart gave me certified on the Play Store and SafteyNet passed! However, suhide still has a green checkmark for Google Play services and yet it still passed

Update 2:
Left my phone for a few mins and when I went to scan my fingerprint, the reader was unresponsive. Same went for hardware buttons; had to force restart and now SafetyNet is back to failing (I still have certified in Play Store). I also noticed Play Services reverts back to a green checkmark every time I change it to hide root. Once I reenter the app, it's back to green. No big deal for me but it's definitely interesting to observe all that's going on with this lol
You don't need to checkmark Google Play Services - in fact, you should not. SafetyNet is hidden from automatically.

The reason the checkmark doesn't show up right is a logic issue with UI. Multiple Google packages use the same UID, it only shows the checkmark changed for the first one. That'll be fixed next update.
 
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