NanoDroid-220.127.116.1110117.zip NanoDroid-BromiteWebView-18.104.22.16810117.zip NanoDroid-Google-22.214.171.12410117.zip NanoDroid-OsmAnd-126.96.36.19910117.zip NanoDroid-fdroid-188.8.131.5210117.zip NanoDroid-microG-184.108.40.20610117.zip NanoDroid-patcher-220.127.116.1110117.zip NanoDroid-systest-18.104.22.16810117.zip NanoDroid-uninstaller-22.214.171.12410117.zip (yeah, I know this isn't one, but I'm just including it in this list for the sake of completeness)
It hasn't got the patcher, and I'm not sure about WebView.The first one mentioned (NanoDroid-126.96.36.19910117.zip) is the complete package. In addition to MicroG and F-Droid, it has a number of useful open source tools. You might not need everything in the package, but it is the easiest to install.
And whats that app? Some apps require a google acc even though free and install. in browser before while logged in (same as paid) is required, else you could dl them on other market.this (and no other) app wont download in aurora store. safetynet check in magisk fails. with or without own google account. pls someone tell me what to do.
if i download from another market the banking app wont work, thats what i see and the bank support confirms.in browser before while logged in (same as paid) is required
Did you read https://gitlab.com/AuroraOSS/AuroraStore/-/wikis/Troubleshooting-&-FAQs f.e. and esp the part about account/paid apps. You need to buy/dl in browser, then you can use it aurora store. Alt. you could use mod. Play Store alone (without all those google services aka Framework). Check some details here https://github.com/microg/GmsCore/issues/617any app and with or without own google account wont download. take medizinfuchs if you want that is not gsf dependent. or for instance binance - gsf dependent. no downloading.
with google playstore there is no other precaution, just download+install. dont know what you mean by
I doubt that's caused by the market (if its only a google mirror market, not modding them). Banking app will most likely fail due to safetynet currently not validating. But those other apps like medizinfuchs can be perfectly dl and used if using another market or install via browser first or mod. Play store.if i download from another market the banking app wont work, thats what i see and the bank support confirms.
--->just flashed the microg package
----> NOdo you use FakeStore?
!need to buy/dl in browser
I tried to spoof signature of an Android 11 (Galaxy S10). As recommended I installed it as a module out of TWRP. Log looks fine at first glance. (It was a longer list of messages with no errors/warnings).
After the required reboot it comes into a boot loop. (There is some strange thing that S10 with Magisk enabled has to boot in "recovery mode"). After some boot-attemps it finally boots up, but with neither Magisk nor Spoofing enabled (no wonder - as this is withouth that magic key-pressing).
I though copy back the previous services.jar (in TWRP) will help but that seems not to be the case.
Do I have to install both for spoofing? I didn't deinstall playstore/services first. After booting screen flickers, so I did something wrong.The patcher didn't worked for me either, so I manually patched the ROM and got microG to work. It's really easy and, since the procedure is about patching services.jar through a Magisk module you create, it persists after ROM updates: https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/signature-spoofing-on-unsuported-android-11-r-roms.4214143/
Do I have to install both for spoofing? I didn't deinstall playstore/services first. After booting screen flickers, so I did something wrong.
Thanks. I used the time to just install spoof...zip. The result was exactly or very simular from what happens if you install Nanodroid Patcher via Magisk. But I will try your how-to ... and it works! Thanks a lot.In short: create the patch following the tutorial from the link -> flash Magisk (if your ROM doesn't have it) -> flash Nandroid from this thread -> flash the spoofing patch.
Thanks. I used the time to just install spoof...zip. The result was exactly or very simular from what happens if you install Nanodroid Patcher via Magisk. But I will try your how-to.
If you tried other methods, you might have done something to your ROM that's preventing anything else to work properly. You should consider do a clean flash of your ROM and then to the patching.
You method: using nanodroid-microG and the manual created spoof.zip works for me. Thank you!
I didn't deinstall any Google stuff (Playstore/Services). But they seem to be disappear. Have they been deinstalled by the nanodroid package?
I am wondering why nanodroid doesn't install an FDRoid compatible version. Not sure about, but won't that create trouble in case of updates? Do I have to flash new Nanodroid packages for update that?
Tried alternative installers? Like https://github.com/friendlyneighborhoodshane/minmicrog_releases/Im in the exact same position as you, with exactly the same device and the exact same problem.
Im almost going insane trying to get this to work all day!
The Installation of "NanoDroid-FULL" of "NanoDroid-microG" does only result in bootable device if:
The Installation of "NanoDroid-FULL" of "NanoDroid-microG" does result in unbootable device and boot loop if:
- No .nanodroid-setup file is present
- OR "nanodroid_play=01" in the .nanodroid-setup file
- A .nanodroid-setup file is present
- AND "nanodroid_play=10" in the .nanodroid-setup file
@Setialpha Can you please help? I saw that this issue https://gitlab.com/Nanolx/NanoDroid/-/issues/176 got closed when its unfixed and still relevant.
I had the same issue, when freshly installing last nanodroid 188.8.131.5210117. I fixed it by simply removing the fdroid repo and adding it back.Please allow me to directly seek for your expertise as unfortunately the XDA search is still broken yet. And a web search didn't provide a suitable answer. And actually, my question is only out of curiousity as everything is perfectly working.
When has the Google Play Store modified/patched by @Setialpha last been updated.
My latest update is from end of July 2020; version as shown in screenshots. The Nanodroid F-droid repo is added to F-droid and was last checked for updates three days ago. However, I'm not even sure if the modified GPS is available via that repo.
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No, Magisk will never remind you as the NanoDroid modules aren't part of the Magisk repo. Personally, I always flash my desired NanoDroid modules via TWRP and never by Magisk as there were severe issues in the past (maybe device, maybe ROM related IDK). And I assess to just boot into recovery and to flash it from there not to be a big issue.By flashing in recovery? Because as I mentioned it didn't work through Magisk. However my question was regarding a more automated updating process - I'm okay to wait (for Aurora to be updated) if that means Magisk will remind me (of Nanodroid updates).