Good day @huskydg
! Delta has been running all things smoothly on my end except for the Keytrade Bank
I've briefly mentioned it before over here
but I think this might be a better place to find a solution. I'm trying to avoid LSPosed but if there's no other solution I'll go for that anyway.
Any ideas are most welcome! Thank you for your time.
- OnePlus 6T
- OOS 188.8.131.52
- Hidden Magisk 25.1-delta (25100)
- Zygisk disabled
- MagiskHide enabled
- DenyList checked for pretty much all Google/Gov/Financial apps and com.google.android.gms
I installed this app out of curiosity on two my devices: 1) Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 with custom ROM Android 10, rooted with Magisk Delta 25.1 (using Riru, LSPosed and MagiskHide); 2) Xiaomi Mi Note 10 with Xiaomi.eu ROM Android 11, rooted with official Magisk 25.1 (using Zygisk, LSPosed and Shamiko). And what I observed:
1) On the first device with custom ROM I was not able to fool Keytrade Bank app even with using MagiskHide enabled, repackaged Magisk Delta app, (I know it's rather redundant, but just in case
, hidden LSPosed manager and using HideMyApplist properly configured. I suppose it may be involved with the old security patches because my ROM isn't being updated for Android 10 anymore.
2) On the second device I couldn't fool Keytrade app until I used HideMyApplist LSPosed module. It suggests that Keytrade is looking for a specific packages installed... Then by a process of elimination I determined it was the HideMyApplist app itself which causes the Keytrade app to crash! But since you dont have LSPosed installed at all, maybe there is another package which Keytrade app is looking for... Anyway, looks like running Keytrade is possible even with official Magisk and Shamiko (maybe even with Enforce DenyList as well)
EDIT: Pardon, it turned out that with only HideMyApplist app hidden Keytrade crashes after a while too. But I have 13 different apps with root access hidden with another template and with that applied to Keytrade I'm able to start a profile creation process