DU and AOSiP share the same kernel base, at least for 10, not sure what they are using for 11. What you're seeing is not abnormal and is how it should be.If this was noted in the thread, I apologize, I could not locate the answer before asking.
Can someone using AOSiP (this ROM for coral) confirm the kernel name that is shown (settings/About Phone/Android Version / 10 / KERNEL Version)? To me, I see DU's kernel (UnicornBlood) so I want to make sure I didnt screw up the MAGISK boot img and patched the DU kernel instead of AOSiP.
Awesome, thank you! I also pulled a fresh boot.img and redid magisk with the same results but I appreciate the confirmation.
Where do you see the Android 11 fingerprint? None here (Android 10 is seen) but are you using props config in MAGISK to pass safetynet? If so, did you apply the wrong fingerprint? I use this ROM and Android 10's fingerprint is used, but I used props to force basic and used Android 10 fingerprint but even before doing so, I dont recall seeing 11 anywhere.
I posted this over in pixeldust forum as well, using the new safetynet fix you can pass safetynet again.
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First thing I did was backup my SD (just in case), then I FULLY removed magisk (uninstalled), rebooted, installed the latest magisk app, redid my boot.img and enabled root. Rebooted then enabled magisk hide, and installed "safetynet-fix-v1.1.0.zip" along with props (only the two modules in my second pic).
I used the new safetynet fix with magiskhide and props config (using pixel 4XL with 11 fingerprint) with basic forced on my 10 ROM and it's back to normal. Screenshot shows the date and time (right now) with safetynet passed in the background.
You may not need to FULLY remove magisk but I did so because I was testing many modules so I didn't want to confuse things or worse, use a module that wasn't needed and isn't confirmed safe (I tried a lot at first and all found on random internet searches) so I felt it safest to wipe magisk data, delete all downloaded modules, remove magisk FULLY and start over safe and freshly.
Yup agreed, I wasn't sure what was needed at the time and since I am also a dev, I did lots of testing/hacking with code changes so I wanted to get back to basics before I tested the latest method. I had tons of changes I made with numerous modules installed so I wanted the best chance of success with the least amount of changes made or installed to relay to everyone only what's needed. Once I cleared my device of all magisk, magisk modules, and code changes I made, I started over with just this 2 modules.Just a heads up, I can tell from you posting all this that you weren't sure so I'll inform you and anyone else who may be reading:
None of that was necessary. Flashing the modules over your existing setup would have been fine. There's no harm in you having started clean - just letting you know for next time you don't gotta do all that, & anyone else reading as well. Hope that's helpful
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