[Guide] Root Pixel 4 XL with Magisk Android 13

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Homeboy76

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No I have version 1.0 I have been fighting with this. I couldn't re download canary so I ended up downloading stable. It opened and I patched the boot image and flashed it. It's device certified and passed yasnac. Canary is not an option in this Magisk version, I have stable, beta, and custom.
Ok, at least you are rooted.

I just downloaded Magisk Canary 24308
Note: Tap app-debug.apk -> Tap 3 dots across from 17.MB-> Tap download
 

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Ok, at least you are rooted.

I just downloaded Magisk Canary 24308
Note: Tap app-debug.apk -> Tap 3 dots across from 17.MB-> Tap downloadI
That did download. It seems like stable is working though. Like you said I'm rooted. Should I unhide Magisk before updating in the future? I appreciate your help, and the guide. Even GPay is working. It's always a struggle but I guess that's what makes it fun. At least a challenge.
 
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That did download. It seems like stable is working though. Like you said I'm rooted. Should I unhide Magisk before updating in the future? I appreciate your help, and the guide. Even GPay is working. It's always a struggle but I guess that's what makes it fun. At least a challenge.
I think it is sensible to unhide Magisk before updating it in the future.
 
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Magisk Canary Update
app-release (2106751e) (24315)

Zygisk
[MagiskSU] [Zygisk] Proper package management and detection
[Zygisk] Fix Zygisk's self code unloading implementation...
 

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Im trying to follow the directions from TopJohnWu to take OTS and maintain root (https://topjohnwu.github.io/Magisk/ota.html). But first I unhide magisk and disable my modules but then I go back to apply the OTA via the system settings (Settings → System → System Update) and the update goes away it doesnt show up again. Anyone know why?
I ¯\_( ͡❛ ͜ʖ ͡❛)_/¯ why it happened.

I am curious, was Automatic system Updates disabled when you checked Settings > System > System updates or did you disable Automatic system updates and the Update disappeared?

Suggestion
  • Download the Jun 2022 Factory image SQ3A.220605.009.A1.
  • Do OP, ~~~ Part II - Instruction ~~~, 7. Extract/Flash boot.img, • Extract boot.img
  • Do OP, ~~~ Part II - Instruction ~~~, 8. Root/Reroot with Magisk and Pass SafetyNet, • Patching the boot.img - to root/reroot, Number 1 through 12.
  • Reboot
  • Check Settings > About Phone > Build number
  • Is it SQ3A.220605.009.A1?
  1. If no, check Settings > System > System updates
    • Is an Update available?
    • If yes, do this, Prerequisites, step: When an OTA is available, first go to (Magisk app → UninstallRestore Images). Do not reboot or you will have Magisk uninstalled... (Magisk OTA Upgrade Guides).
    • If no, wait until an update is available.
      Then start with this, Prerequisites, step: ...go to (Magisk app → UninstallRestore Images). Do not reboot or you will have Magisk uninstalled... (Magisk OTA Upgrade Guides).
      or
      Do OP, 4. Install/Update Factory Image keep data or wipe data, • Flash Factory Image Keep Data
  2. If yes, do ~~~ Part II - Instruction, 8. Root/Reroot with Magisk and Pass SafetyNet, • Patching the boot.img - to root/reroot, Number 13 through 17.
 
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I ¯\_( ͡❛ ͜ʖ ͡❛)_/¯ why it happened.

I am curious, was Automatic system Updates disabled when you checked Settings > System > System updates or did you disable Automatic system updates and the Update disappeared?

Suggestion
  • Download the Jun 2022 Factory image SQ3A.220605.009.A1.
  • Do OP, ~~~ Part II - Instruction ~~~, 7. Extract/Flash boot.img, • Extract boot.img
  • Do OP, ~~~ Part II - Instruction ~~~, 8. Root/Reroot with Magisk and Pass SafetyNet, • Patching the boot.img - to root/reroot, Number 1 through 12.
  • Reboot
  • Check Settings > About Phone > Build number
  • Is it SQ3A.220605.009.A1?
  1. If no, check Settings > System > System updates
    • Is an Update available?
    • If yes, do this, Prerequisites, step: When an OTA is available, first go to (Magisk app → UninstallRestore Images). Do not reboot or you will have Magisk uninstalled... (Magisk OTA Upgrade Guides).
    • If no, wait until an update is available.
      Then start with this, Prerequisites, step: ...go to (Magisk app → UninstallRestore Images). Do not reboot or you will have Magisk uninstalled... (Magisk OTA Upgrade Guides).
      or
      Do OP, 4. Install/Update Factory Image keep data or wipe data, • Flash Factory Image Keep Data
  2. If yes, do ~~~ Part II - Instruction, 8. Root/Reroot with Magisk and Pass SafetyNet, • Patching the boot.img - to root/reroot, Number 13 through 17.
Yes automatic system updates was already disabled when I checked for system updates. My question was if that OTA does pop up, do I need Magisk App un-hidden and the Modules disabled before installing OTA in system settings?
 

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Yes automatic system updates was already disabled when I checked for system updates. My question was if that OTA does pop up, do I need Magisk App un-hidden and the Modules disabled before installing OTA in system settings?
Yes, that's what this step (When an OTA is available, first go to (Magisk app → Uninstall → Restore Images). Do not reboot or you will have Magisk )does.
 
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Yes, that's what this step (When an OTA is available, first go to (Magisk app → Uninstall → Restore Images). Do not reboot or you will have Magisk )does.
Oh ok...I didnt know that's what Restore Images does ! Because when the OTA did pop up...I went and manually un-hid magisk and disabled the modules, then I rebooted and once I was rebooted....the OTA (which had begun downloading btw) was gone and I couldn't get it to come back again.

Anyway I ended up downloading the OTA and sideloading it and re-rooting the phone. It worked but being able to take the OTA is simpler and doesn't involve a PC. I would much rather do that method if I'm going to be installing updates monthly.

Thank you for you help and guide.....very useful.
 
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HerMajestyi

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Hey,

I followed the steps with latest coral android 12.1L build & magisk canary (getting the boot.img from the factory zip before patching via magisk and flashing with fastboot, then installed safetynet.

But no matter what rom I install now i'm getting no wifi (unable to see any wifi) and no sim detected.

Anyone got any idea what could be wrong?

My initial thought was (after googling around the web) it had something to do with modem.bin or modem.img being corrupted, but shouldn't that get fixed by installing different rom?
 
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@HerMajestyi
Has your Google Pixel 4 XL phone ever detected WiFi or a Sims Card?

If yes, what ROM were you using and when did it stop detecting WiFi or your Sims Card?

What ROM is Currently installed on your Google Pixel XL and is it rooted?

Did you try:
- Resetting your Network and rebooting?
Settings > System > Advanced > Reset Options > Reset network settings

After that just restart/reboot your Google Pixel 4 XL and try the sim cards again.

- Factory resetting your Google Pixel 4 XL
 
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Has your Google Pixel 4 XL phone ever detected WiFi or a Sims Card?

If yes, what ROM were you using and when did it stop detecting WiFi or your Sims Card?

What ROM is Currently installed on your Google Pixel XL and is it rooted?

Did you try:
- Resetting your Network settings and rebooting?
Settings > System > Advanced > Reset Options > Reset network settings

After that just restart/reboot your Google Pixel 4 XL and try the sim cards again.

- Factory resetting your Google Pixel 4 XL
I was using Android 12 but not the latest one, I think the security patch was from October with wifi and sim card, when I updated to the latest one it stopped detecting wifi or network, which is when I tried the above steps but no luck :')
 

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    [Guide] Root Pixel 4 XL With Magisk Android 13
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    Introduction
    This Guide is for Pixel 4 XL owners that want to Root their phone, and enjoy the benefits of rooting it. The Guide is divided into three parts: Information, Instructions, and Other.

    ~ ~ ~ Part I - INFORMATION ~ ~ ~
    1. Disclaimer

      1. I assume no responsibility for the malfunctioning/bricking of your phone.
      2. The order of listed items i.e., Custom Kernels, Custom ROMS, etc. Does not indicate my preference for them. It is your responsibility to do the research before selecting an item.
    2. Prerequisites

      1. A Pixel 4 XL phone with an unlocked bootloader.
      2. The latest Android 13 Factory or OTA Image: "coral" for Pixel 4 XL

        Factory Image

        OTA Image

        • [URL="https://dl.google.com/dl/android/aosp/coral-ota-tp1a.220624.014-5d1e8151.zip"]13.0.0 (TP1A.220624.014, Aug 2022))
      3. A Computer with the latest SDK Platform-Tools: r33.0.2 installed.
      4. Important Notes:
    3. NEW

      • SafetyNet Fix 2.3.1 - 27Jun
    4. Update(s)

      1. Factory/OTA Images - 15 Aug
      2. Magisk Alpha - app-release_1735a713-alpha 08 Aug
      3. Magisk Beta - 25.2 21Jul
      4. Magisk Canary - app-release_9b61bdfc-25201.apk 21Jul
      5. Magisk Delta -
        app-release_d2f6ccbd-delta.apk 21Jul
      6. Magisk Stable - 25.2 21Jul
      7. TWRP - Waiting for T.R.W.P. for Android 12
      8. SafetyNet - SafetyNetFix v2.3.1 (Zygisk) 27Jun
      9. SDK Platform-tools - r33.0.2 07Jun
      10. Custom Kernels
        • Note: If you are using a Custom Kernel, please update using the method in the OP, Index, 4. Install/Update Factory Image keep data or wipe data, • Flash Factory Image Keep Data
        • [Kernel][17.08.2022][4.14.290][A12][A13] Kirisakura 9.0.0 for Pixel 4/XL aka FLORAL
        • ElementalX - Check ElmentalX Kernel Manager for Updates
        • CleanSlate R2.7.13/S3.9.4 09Jul
      11. Custom ROMs
        • [OFFICIAL] LineageOS 19.1 for the Google Pixel 4 XL 25Apr
        • [12.0] Descendant 05May
        • [12.0] PixelExperience [AOSP]
    5. My Other Guides
    6. Credits/Thanks/Recognitions

      1. bradical711 - Instructions to Pass Safety Net
      2. Those I may have, inadvertently, forgotten.
    ~ ~ ~ Part II - INSTRUCTIONS ~ ~ ~
    (The Instructions listed below are not steps, they are individual sets of instructions.)

    1. Open a Command Prompt/Boot Fastboot Mode/Boot Recovery

      • Open a Command Prompt on Computer
        1. Open File Explorer, click the platform-tools folder ==> click the folder icon (left side of address bar) to highlight it type cmd and press enter.
        2. Open a Powershell Command Prompt on Computer: Open File Explorer, click the platform-tools folder ==> click the folder icon (left side of address bar) to highlight it type powershell and press enter.
        3. Notes:
          • Enable USB Debugging, on your phone: Settings ==> System ==> Advanced ==> Developer options ==> Scroll down to USB debugging and enable it.
          • When using the Powershell Command Prompt Commands must be preceeded with ./: i.e, ./fastboot devices
          • If you do not want to open a Command Prompt every time you want to use the fastboot command, add the path to the Platform-tools folder to Windows environment variables.
      • Boot fastboot mode (bootloader):
        • Power off phone, press and hold the power and volume down buttons until you see Start.
      • Boot Recovery
        • Power off phone, press and hold the power and volume down buttons until you see Start. Use volume up/down button until you see Recovery mode. Press power button.
    2. Test fastboot

      • Enable Developer Options - Tap Settings > About phone > Build number 7 times or until you should see 'you are a Developer'.
      • Enable USB Debugging - Tap Settings > System > Advanced > Developer options >
        Enable USB Debugging.
      • Open a Command Prompt on your computer in the Platform-tools folder.
      • Boot fastboot mode on your phone (#1)
      • Connect the phone to the Computer.
      • At the prompt type: fastboot devices to verify communication with phone. It should return your phone's serial number.
    3. Unlock Bootloader/Return Phone to Stock/Lock Bootloader

      • Unlock Bootloader

        1. This will erase all user data from the device!
        2. Backup your data
        3. Activate Developer Options: Tap Settings > About Phone > Tap Build Number 7 times or until you see you are a Developer. Tap back > System > Advanced > Developer Options. Enable OEM Unlock and, USB Debugging.
        4. Boot fastboot mode
        5. Connect the phone to the Computer with USB cord.
        6. Open a Command Prompt on your computer and type fastboot flashing unlock and press enter.
        7. You should see a request for confirmation on your phone, use the volume keys to scroll and the power key to select.
        8. Allow the process to complete and then type fastboot reboot at the Command Prompt and press enter.
        9. When your phone reboots disconnect your usb cable.
          Notes: After unlocking your bootloader, you'll see a warning: The bootloader is unlocked and... You will see this warning until, you relock the bootloader.
          Do not relock your bootloader until you have returned the device to Stock.
      • Return Phone to Stock

        1. Backup your data/Internal storage
        2. Settings > System > Advanced > Reset Options > Erase all data (factory reset)
        3. Log in
        4. Set up phone
      • Lock Bootloader

        1. Return the phone to Stock before locking the bootloader, failure to do so could brick your phone
        2. This will erase all user data from the device!
        3. Boot fastboot mode
        4. Open a Command Prompt and type this at the Prompt: fastboot flashing lock
        5. You should see a request for confirmation on your phone, use the volume keys to scroll and the power key to select.
        6. Allow the process to complete, then type this at the Command Prompt: fastboot reboot
        7. Enable Developer Options: Settings > About phone > Tap Build number 7 times or until you see 'you are a developer'.
        8. Tap Back > Developer options and toggle OEM Unlock off.
    4. Install/Update Factory Image keep data, wipe data, or use @badabing2003 PixelFlasher

      • Important Note(s):
        1. When doing a Major Upgrade Android 12 to Android 13, I recommend doing a Clean Install: Do Flash Factory Image Wipe Data (below).
        2. Always verify you have the latest version of SDK Platform-Tools installed on your computer before installing the Factory Image: Pixel 4XL - coral.
        3. If your phone was rooted, and you want to 'Keep Data'. Do this first open Magisk ==> unhide Magisk App (if you hid it) ==> Disable/Remove all modules ==> then Uninstall Magisk - Restore images prior flashing the Factory image. Why? The changes in the New factory image may cause Magisk modules to fail. This will cause boot loops. Additionally, before Enabling/Installing the modules you Disabled/Removed check with the Dev of the module to ensure it was updated to work with the latest factory image.
        4. If you get an error while flashing, try one of these options:
          • Change the USB port to a non charging USB port.
          • Change the USB cord.
          • Change Computers.
        5. Backup your data
        6. Download the latest Factory Image: Pixel 4XL - coral to your Computer.
        7. Extract the factory Image to a folder.
      • Flash Factory Image Keep Data

        • Open the folder you extracted the Factory Image to and Edit the flash-all.bat file with a file editor i.e., Notepad. Remove the -w from this command: fastboot -w update image-coral-tp1a.999999.999.zip
          Note: If you do not remove the -w your data and internal storage will be wiped.
        • After, you have edited the flash-all.bat file. Copy/Move these files to the Platform-tools folder:
          1. bootloader-coral-....img
          2. flash-all.bat
          3. image-coral-....zip
          4. radio-coral-....img
        • On your phone: Boot the bootloader (Power off the phone => Press the Power and Down buttons until you see Start)
        • Connect your phone to the computer.
        • Open a Command Prompt on your computer in the Platform-tools and type: flash-all at the Command Prompt and press enter.
        • System will reboot when flashing is complete.
        • Do #8 to Root/Reroot...
      • Flash Factory Image Wipe Data

        • This will wipe your phones Internal Storage.
        • Open the folder you extracted the Factory Image to and Copy/Move these files to the Platform-tools folder:
          1. bootloader-coral-....img
          2. flash-all.bat
          3. image-coral-....zip
          4. radio-coral-....img
        • On your phone: Boot the bootloader (Power off the phone => Press the Power and Down buttons until you see Start)
        • Connect your phone to the computer.
        • Open a Command Prompt on your computer in the Platform-tools folder and type: flash-all at the Command Prompt and press enter.
        • The phone will reboot when flashing is complete.
        • Do #8 to Root/Reroot.
      • badabing2003 PixelFlasher
    5. Take the OTA Update and Maintain Root

      • All the credit for this set of instructions goes to @topjohnwu for writing the instructions: Install Magisk to Inactive Slot , use Magisk Beta, Stable 24.3.
      • NOTE: If you had a Custom Kernel installed, after you Open Magisk and Restore Images. Do the following to return your phone to Stock:
        • fastboot flash dtbo dtbo.img
        • fastboot flash vendor_boot vendor_boot.img
        • There may be more .img files you need to flash. Please check the OP of the Custom Kernel thread you install for instruction to remove the Custom Kernel and return your phone to Stock. Additionally, if you installed Mods Please check the OP of the Mod thread you installed for instruction to remove the Mod and return your phone to Stock before you download the OTA.
      • If you phone bootloops
        • force Safe Mode by continually pressing volume down button during boot animation.
        • After the system boots into safe mode you can reboot your device to boot up normally (since all modules will be disabled).
        • Thanks @Typhus_ for the instructions to force Safe Mode.
    6. ADB Sideload

    7. Extract/Flash boot.img

      • Extract boot.img

        1. Download the latest Factory image to your phone.
        2. Extract the Factory Image file (coral-SQ3A.999999.999-factory-99a9a99a.zip) to a folder.
        3. Open the folder and, extract the Image file (image-coral-aa9a.999999.999.zip) into the folder.
      • Flash boot.img

        1. Flashing the boot.img removes root.
        2. Open the folder you extracted the 'image...zip' file to and copy/move the boot.img file to your computer's platform-tools folder or to the folder that has fastboot.exe in it.
        3. Boot fastboot mode
        4. Connect the phone to the Computer
        5. Open a Command Prompt and type the following command at the prompt:
          fastboot flash boot --slot all boot.img
        6. Reboot
    8. Root/Reroot with Magisk and Pass SafetyNet.

      • Important Note(s):

        1. When doing a major upgrade i.e., Android 11 to Android 12: I recommend doing a clean install. What is a clean install?
          • Doing a Factory reset prior to installing, major, update.
          • Using flash-all.bat file without removing the -w.
        2. If your phone was rooted. Do this first unhide Magisk App (if you hid it) then Uninstall Magisk - Restore Images. Why? The changes in the Factory image may cause Magisk modules to fail. This will cause boot loops.
      • Download files:

        1. Magisk App - Download to your phone
          1. Magisk Beta/Stable App
          2. Magisk Canary App
        2. Custom kernels - Download to your phone - install with Kernel Manager
          • Important Note(s): Unless otherwise directed by Kernel Devloper, Flash the Kernel after Magisk.
          1. ElementalX see EXKM for updates.
          2. [[KERNEL] CleanSlate R2.7.13/S3.9.4 |S2S|Gamma|KCal|AdBlock|VIB|WrGrd [9Jul] by tbalden
          3. [Kernel][17.08.2022][4.14.290][A12][A13] Kirisakura 9.0.0 for Pixel 4/XL aka FLORAL by Freak07
        3. Kernel Manager - Download to your phone
      • Patching the boot.img - to root/reroot.

        1. Do #6 - Extract boot.img
        2. Install Magisk Canary - Download, app-release.apk
          or
          Magisk 25.0 Beta/ 24.3 Stable App
        3. Open Magisk Beta/Canary/Stable App
        4. The Update Channel should be set to Beta/Canary/Stable depending on the version of Magisk you Installed.
        5. Tap Install (next to Magisk)
        6. Tap, Select and Patch a File
        7. Select the boot.img file you extracted from the latest factory image.
        8. Tap the ✓ (Check Mark)
        9. Tap Let's Go
        10. When you see done, the boot.img has been patched (magisk_patched_xxxxxx.img), and stored in the download folder.
        11. Reboot
        12. Copy/Move the patched boot.img file to your computer's Platform-tools folder or the folder that has fastboot.exe in it:
          • Copy it to a USB drive and transfer it to your computer.
          • Move it to your computer using adb push
        13. Boot fastboot mode
        14. Connect the phone to the Computer with USB cord.
        15. Open a Command Prompt in the folder you copied the patched boot.img to.
        16. Type fastboot flash boot "name of patched boot".img without the quote marks at the Prompt and press enter.
        17. Type fastboot reboot at the Prompt and press enter.
        18. Important Notes: If your phone boot loops try one of the following options:
          • Flash the 'stock' boot.img to both slots: fastboot flash boot boot.img --slot all
          • Boot Safe Mode - Press Power Off button ==> Press Power Off until you see boot Safe Mode ==> Press Ok.
      • Pass Safety Net with SafetyNet Fix

        1. Download File(s)
        2. Install SafetyNet Fix
          • Open Magisk
          • Tap Modules icon
          • Tap Install from storage
          • Navigate to the SafetyNet Fix file you downloaded
          • Tap the SafetyNet Fix file
          • Tap the check mark (✓ at the bottom) to start the installation.
          • After it installs tap the Save icon to save the log
          • Tap Reboot.
        3. Settings for Magisk Canary
          • Open Magisk App
          • Tap the Setup icon.
          • Scroll down to App and set the Update Channel to Canary.
          • Scroll down to Check Updates and enable it.
          • Scroll down to Magisk and enable Zygisk and Enforce DenyList.
          • Tap Configure DenyList => Tap 3 Dot Menu => Check ✓ Show system apps => Check ✓ Google Play Store, Google Pay, etc.
          • Scroll down to Superuser and enable Enable Biometric Authentication.
        4. Get Device Certified Clear Google Play Services, Google Play Store, Google Pay, etc. data
          • Turn Airplane mode on
          • Open Settings
          • Tap Apps & notifications
          • Tap see all...
          • Tap three dot menu
          • Tap Show system
          • Scroll down to Google Play Store
          • Tap Storage and Cache
          • Tap Clear storage
            Note: Repeat the 3 steps above for Google Play Services, Google Pay, etc.
          • reboot
          • Turn Airplane mode off
        5. Check Device Certification
          • Open Google Play Store app
          • Tap Menu - Circle top right
          • Tap Settings
          • Tap About
          • Check Play protect certification.
    9. Set Magisk App Update Channel/Update Magisk

      • Set Magisk App Update Channel

        • Open Magisk App > Tap Settings icon > Update Channel > Select Stable, Beta, Canary or Custom.
      • Update Magisk

        1. When Magisk App notifies you of an update:
        2. Tap install.
        3. Select, Direct Install (Recommended)
        4. When it finishes installing
        5. Tap, Save Log
        6. Log location: /storage/emulated/0/Download
        7. Tap, Reboot
        8. Done!
    10. Install/Update Magisk Modules

      • Download Modules
      • Install Modules

        1. Open Magisk
        2. Tap the Modules icon
        3. Tap Install from storage
        4. Navigate to the folder with the Module you want to install.
        5. Tap the Module to highlite it and tap Select.
        6. After it installs, tap the Disc Icon to save the install log.
        7. Tap Reboot
      • Update Modules

        1. Open Magisk
        2. Tap the Modules icon
        3. You, will see the Modules that have Updates.
        4. Tap the Module you want to update.
        5. Tap install.
        6. After it installs, tap the Disc Icon to save the install log.
        7. Tap Reboot
    ~ ~ ~ Part III - OTHER ~ ~ ~
    1. Custom ROMs

    2. Mods
    3. T.W.R.P. Backup/Restore

      • Android 13 T.W.R.P.
    4
    Having problems passing SafetyNet when using Google Pay/Wallet? Try these Play Integrity Fixes:
    1. Riru - Play Integrity Fix
    2. Zygisk - @Displax's safetynet-fix-v2.3.1-MOD.zip
    Use this app to check the status of Play Integrity on your phone: Play Integrity API Checker
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    @Homeboy76 Just wanted to give you a heads up. With the latest Magisk Beta (21.2) that came out yesterday, the patched output file is no longer named "magisk_patched.img". He added a suffix to the name so each time you patch the stock boot image a different output name will result. Thought you might want to modify #7 to address this change (y)
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    For those on latest Canary 23014 (Zygisk with GPay added to deny list),to pass safetynet and enable contactless payments

    1) Clear data for both GPay and Google Play Services. Unfortunately this also meant adding cards back in GPay app (basically reverify already added cards in your GPay profile)

    2) Apply SafetyNet fix 2.2.0 (latest).

    On the bright side no longer need Riru, Riru core, LSPosed etc. etc. Just SNF 2.2.0 + Systemless hosts like old times.
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    Is rooting Android 12 with stable magisk actually possible? or do i need the beta or canary version?
    Yes, it's fine. I've been using Stable version 23.0 since the first beta was released and am currently using it on yesterdays official release of Android 12 stable. Everything is fine for me.

    People on other Pixels, specifically the Pixel 5 (and maybe others) have reported that they have to disable dm-verity (and maybe another thing or two) before rooting or it will just land you in the bootloader when trying to boot. However, on my Pixel 4 XL I did not have to do anything. Just patched the boot image as usual and everything is fine for me.

    Of course, your mileage may vary.