But now Google Wallet is not working again, also Netflix is not viewable in Play Store. (Both are hints that there are problems with SafetyNet.
Checked with YASNAC App:
CTS profile match
I have resolved this issue on my end. First, try connecting to any WiFi network and sending an RCS (text) Message to someone else with Android and RCS. If it doesn't work over WiFi, then you are having the same issue that I was having.
Essentially, the Google Messages RCS "Chat" services did not set up properly on the February update - as for the first time, it asked me if I wanted to enable that setting during the new update's initial start-up. Unfortunately, it only tried to set-up "Chat" over WiFi, however, this service NEEDS to be set-up over cellular data. But once it fails once, it refuses to try again and stays failed forever, and thus, the RCS messages will still work - but will only work over cellular data (which is a way for you to identify if you've run into the same issue).
Anyway, to resolve this issue, open the Messages app and navigate to its settings page. Then, disable "chat features". Next, turn off WiFi on your phone. Then, completely close out of the Messages app. Then, navigate to its app info page, press "Force Stop" and then clear its cache and data (your message history is stored on your Google account - so you won't lose it - so no worries there). Immediately after doing this, restart your phone. Then, once it boots up again, open the Messages app and navigate back to its settings menu and enable the "chat features" setting. This time, with it setting up "Chat" over cellular data (since your WiFi is disabled), it will setup properly and successfully (this will take around 5-10 minutes and you will get a notification once it fully sets up the feature). And once it is fully and properly configured, you can then turn WiFi back on and your RCS Messaging will work over WiFi again - as it should!
But here's the funny part. I was failing the YASNAC check as well. But after resolving this RCS Chat issue, I ran YASNAC again and had passed every safetynet check, haha. Now, my GPay setup works without issue. So, there is a great possibility that anyone facing issues with GPay or GWallet on the February update is facing this issue due to the new RCS Chat setup feature at boot failing to properly configure the chat services setting.
Why this is causing a safetynet issue - I do not know lol.
Anyways, my apologies for the lengthy post. But lemme know if this helps - as it resolved the issue for me!