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Keytrade bank app 5.1.0 is now detecting Magisk 19.3

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Pims13

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Jun 26, 2019
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Any news ?

I tried to have a help from the Magisk GitHub... But the method they gave me doesn't work...
 

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flotheking

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Same issue here, I am still on 5.2.5 but the transactions are not loading anymore...
If I update to another version it crashes at the start.
I am passing all checks in rootbeerfresh.

Edit: made it work on 5.4.5 (version 11313 on Aurora store).
 
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azerty9971

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Jun 19, 2019
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Hello everyone,
Good news, I found a way around this issue.
Basically Keytrade doesn't detect the root itself but the magisk manager.

To come around this, you can perform the following actions:
-Configure magiskhide to hide from Keytrade
-Repackage the magisk manager (settings in magisk manager)
-Install Ice Box (play store)
-Grant it root
-Add the magisk manager to the list in Ice Box
-Enjoy :)

This has been tested with the latest Keytrade app from the play store.

Have a nice day!!
 
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daktary

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May 9, 2015
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Redmi Note 10S
Hello everyone,
Good news, I found a way around this issue.
Basically Keytrade doesn't detect the root itself but the magisk manager.

To come around this, you can perform the following actions:
-Configure magiskhide to hide from Keytrade
-Repackage the magisk manager (settings in magisk manager)
-Install Ice Box (play store)
-Grant it root
-Add the magisk manager to the list in Ice Box
-Enjoy :)

This has been tested with the latest Keytrade app from the play store.

Have a nice day!!
Hello,
Wich version of keytrade app did you used?
Current is 554
 

Pims13

Member
Jun 26, 2019
12
8
Hello everyone,
Good news, I found a way around this issue.
Basically Keytrade doesn't detect the root itself but the magisk manager.

To come around this, you can perform the following actions:
-Configure magiskhide to hide from Keytrade
-Repackage the magisk manager (settings in magisk manager)
-Install Ice Box (play store)
-Grant it root
-Add the magisk manager to the list in Ice Box
-Enjoy :)

This has been tested with the latest Keytrade app from the play store.

Have a nice day!!
Thanks ! It works well like that
 

tmcka

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Jul 7, 2019
5
0
Xiaomi Mi Mix 3
Hello everyone,
Good news, I found a way around this issue.
Basically Keytrade doesn't detect the root itself but the magisk manager.

To come around this, you can perform the following actions:
-Configure magiskhide to hide from Keytrade
-Repackage the magisk manager (settings in magisk manager)
-Install Ice Box (play store)
-Grant it root
-Add the magisk manager to the list in Ice Box
-Enjoy :)

This has been tested with the latest Keytrade app from the play store.

Have a nice day!!
Hi,

The workaround using Ice Box only worked partially for me: after freezing the repackaged Magisk Manager and rebooting, I can successfully launch the Keytrade app (5.5.4) exactly once.

After closing it, it will refuse to start the next time, opening the error web page instead.

RootbeerFresh is passing. What more could I check ?
 

azerty9971

Member
Jun 19, 2019
6
4
Hello,
Did you repackage the magisk app and add Keytrade to the list in MagiskHide?

Personnaly it works all the time (even after closing it and reopening it). Maybe it's detecting another part of Magisk...

Do you have magisk modules installed ? (such as Busybox ?). If so, try removing them and see if that changes anything.

Also, when I open the Magisk manager, I need to lock my phone for IceBox to freeze it again, maybe that's what's missing for you?

Hope one of these will help you :).

Have a nice evening !!
 

tmcka

Member
Jul 7, 2019
5
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Xiaomi Mi Mix 3
I repackaged the magisk app, renaming it and added keytrade to hide list; I don't have any magisk module installed.

In Ice Box, I used the "freeze now" button instead of auto-freeze on screen lock. I tried locking the screen but it didn't change anything.

However, I now noticed that if I leave magisk app frozen permanently, I can actually launch keytrade again after waiting some time, without rebooting. It will then fail again the next time, seemingly randomly. So it seems there is some transient thing that it is detecting.
 

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    Could be using the stat & uds detection method. @topjohnwu already has a fix for that, just needs some time to implement it.
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    Hello !

    I have the same problem and no method works... And there are a new update for the app (5.1.1).
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    Same issue for me, I'll try the solutions mentioned above.
    Yes! I did it - I passed all the checks on Rootbeefresh except the UDS one.
    Then I ran this script that's mentioned before and it worked for me:
    https://github.com/Ingan121/UDSBypass
    I deleted root apps and I reinstalled the Keytrade app.
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    Hello everyone,

    Please pay attention that the latest 5.4.9 of Keytrade Bank app is again failing to launch properly due to new root detection methods in place.

    Current solution (tested on LineageOS 18.1 on OnePlus 6T):
    1. Remove the Keytrade App and all its data
    2. Install Keytrade 5.4.5 from a backup you have (I usually use the excellent OAndBackupX - which is FOSS - for this), or use Aptoide if you don't have a backup available for this Keytrade app older version: https://keytrade-bank.en.aptoide.com/app
    3. Ensure your device is still reported as Not Rooted via RootBeer Sample (check whether the Keytrade app is hidden with Magisk) ⤵️
    4. Kill everything and reboot.
    5. Launch the Keytrade app and re-register your device again in the website using the hardkey or any other softkey available.
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    Hello everyone,

    Please pay attention that the latest 5.4.9 of Keytrade Bank app is against failing to launch properly due to new root detection methods in place.

    Current solution (tested on LineageOS 18.1 on OnePlus 6T):
    1. Remove the Keytrade App and all its data
    2. Install Keytrade 5.4.5 from Aurora Store or any other app store alternatives out there allowing you to install this older version
    3. Ensure your device is still reported as Not Rooted via RootBeer Sample (check whether the Keytrade app is hidden with Magisk) ⤵️
    4. Kill everything and reboot.
    5. Launch the Keytrade app and re-register your device again n the website using the hardkey or any other softkey available.
    I saw this morning that the Keytrade app don't start, again...
    To be honest, I don't like to install a older version... I'll check to found a solution to work with the last version.