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RETIEF

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Sep 28, 2007
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I flashed the .95 update with some trouble. After the update, rooting, getting r/w access and debloating, Magisk shows that I no longer pass safety net. I have the Magisk Hide option selected.
Anyone else having this problem? Anyone else find a solution?
Everything seems to be working.
 

badmf80

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I flashed the .95 update with some trouble. After the update, rooting, getting r/w access and debloating, Magisk shows that I no longer pass safety net. I have the Magisk Hide option selected.
Anyone else having this problem? Anyone else find a solution?
Everything seems to be working.
Had the same problem, fixed it by following the steps on this link. Bit of a pain but it worked.
PS - Make sure you scroll down to the "Update" solution on this link, that's what worked for me.

 
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RETIEF

Senior Member
Sep 28, 2007
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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
Moto G 5G
Had the same problem, fixed it by following the steps on this link. Bit of a pain but it worked.
PS - Make sure you scroll down to the "Update" solution on this link, that's what worked for me.

The September update worked for me. Thanks.
 
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RETIEF

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Sep 28, 2007
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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
Moto G 5G
How did you get .95 installed?
I used the update tool from Motorola to download the ROM. Then used fastboot to flash it in pieces. Then installed Magisk and rooted. Then got r/w access. Then used "pm" to debloat. It wiped everything except the sdcard but my Titanium backups were on the card. It took me most of the day to do all of this and put in my passwords.
 
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badmf80

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Apr 15, 2012
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I used the update tool from Motorola to download the ROM. Then used fastboot to flash it in pieces. Then installed Magisk and rooted. Then got r/w access. Then used "pm" to debloat. It wiped everything except the sdcard but my Titanium backups were on the card. It took me most of the day to do all of this and put in my password
 

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