I wasn't even aware this thread existed, otherwise I'd have posted here.
Anyways, when enabled together with Google Assistant's "Hey Google" feature, Universal SafetyNet Fix 2.1.1 is causing a microphone bug on Pixel 5s where everything recorded by the microphone is affected by a ~7.5k kHz low pass filter.
See this reddit thread I posted for images and a video.
This is on a freshly factory reset October 2021 stock ROM with nothing but Magisk v23, Riru, and USNF 2.1.1.
OnePlus 5T and 6T are old enough that they do not need this module.
My Samsung A71 get passed all safertynet check also showing "BLUE" pass.
But when going into my Local Bank Apps, apps warn & kick me out saying detected device is rooted.
Needless to say , I made all necessary procedures such as TERMUX su -props choose Nexus 6P ..... Magisk Module Riru and others all installed relate to safetynet stuffs...... every steep between restart device...... finally Magisk Hide , give it another name instead of Magisk Manager .... hide all Banking apps.
Appreciate if any member shed some light on solution.
Thank you very much., edmond.
Genius !!!Are you running on the latest SafetyNet fix? And have you tried adding the banking app(s) itself in LSPosed/Xprivacy and block tracking (important). Some banking apps have become smarter in detecting unlocked/rooted device, it's not enough to have a SafetyNet pass.
Also, some apps have started registering the SSAID assigned to the app and banning your device. The good news is, with root access, you can spoof it and "un-ban" yourself easily.
The above has helped me pass all banking apps that were able to detect me.
Thanks. I have always had magiskhide running. I toggled it off and then on. Still facing the same trouble. Could it be that I have also installed edexposed on my phone?OnePlus 5T and 6T are old enough that they do not need this module.
They do not have the hardware to support hardware attestation
Make sure MagiskHide is running.
If it is on, toggle it off and on to restart it.
Since you are running stock OxygenOS, MagiskHide is enough to pass SafetyNet.
If you still have problems, it would be better to ask in the Magisk General Support / Discussion - xdaThread - Link
I double checked on my 5T running OOS 10.0.1
Edxposed causes safety net failure, try using Lsposed instead
Search main Magisk thread. I think people use XPrivacyLua to fix this issue. I don't have this issue myself, so please check at Magisk thread.
see some hints from above #1,291 by Andrologic
I have installed LSPosed and xpricavy, still can't login with bank app using fingerprints
Must say I completely disagree with your assessment of John's current employer as 'the dark side' / 'the enemy'... His previous appointment was with Apple.... I suppose they're the light side / our friends in your book?Sadly, I've now managed to install both the Riru module and Universal SafetyNet Fix module, and even with both working, my phone doesn't pass either stage of the SafetyNet test built into Magisk. So weird... I feel like I'm missing something really obvious here, but I've tried everything suggested so far, without luck.
Interesting, that about Canary. Doesn't sound too enticing to me - I'm far too much of a non-techie user to be dwelling into a basically alpha program. Maybe if it turns out to be the only chance I have to pass SN, I could give it a try... But I'd much rather stay in regular Magisk for now, tbh.
And yeah, I imagined it had something to do with Google updating SN or something like that. And yes, sadly, one of the main things I was reading up on is how the "root scene", or at least the root-hiding scene, is coming to an abrupt ending with these hardware verification methods, and now Magisk creator going over to the "dark side" and working with the enemy. Sad times, I guess.
I know for a fact, though, that Magisk is working (or should be working) right now, and I'd love to use it as long as I possibly can...