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notorious.dds

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Nov 11, 2015
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Does Netflix/Disney+ still give an error when rooted on android 13?
I've got my shamiko module installed and both Netflix and Disney Plus added to my deny list. I've also got the Magisk app renamed and Frozen with Icebox. I then have the modified version of the "Universal SafetyNet Fix" (version 2.3.1 beta 4.1) module installed.

For me, Netflix works and Disney Plus does not. 🤷‍♂️
 

0xJX

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I've got my shamiko module installed and both Netflix and Disney Plus added to my deny list. I've also got the Magisk app renamed and Frozen with Icebox. I then have the modified version of the "Universal SafetyNet Fix" (version 2.3.1 beta 4.1) module installed.

For me, Netflix works and Disney Plus does not. 🤷‍♂️
Temporary workaround for Disney Plus is just by using some browser like Chrome with "Desktop site" option enabled and watch from there. Works fine.
 

tdale4

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Sep 26, 2008
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I haven't rooted a phone in a very long time, but I just purchased a Oneplus Ace Pro and I want to root it for a few reasons. but before I attempt the root I had a question for you guys on Rooting a Oneplus Ace Pro

Since this is the China version of the Oneplus10T, can I root it and then flash a global version of the Oneplus 10T OS?

Will I lose any functionality by rooting the device? for example will banking apps work? will FB Messenger and Whatsapp work?

Is there a guide for rooting the Oneplus Ace Pro and updating the OS to the global 10T version?

I've been reading thru a lot of posts and I'm a bit lost on how to root the device and what, if any, functionality will be lost once I root it

I appreciate the help in advance
 

notorious.dds

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Nov 11, 2015
63
13
I haven't rooted a phone in a very long time, but I just purchased a Oneplus Ace Pro and I want to root it for a few reasons. but before I attempt the root I had a question for you guys on Rooting a Oneplus Ace Pro

Since this is the China version of the Oneplus10T, can I root it and then flash a global version of the Oneplus 10T OS?

Will I lose any functionality by rooting the device? for example will banking apps work? will FB Messenger and Whatsapp work?

Is there a guide for rooting the Oneplus Ace Pro and updating the OS to the global 10T version?

I've been reading thru a lot of posts and I'm a bit lost on how to root the device and what, if any, functionality will be lost once I root it

I appreciate the help in advance
In my experience, the biggest issue I've encountered with root is with some banking apps. However, I've been able to avoid those apps getting blocked so long as I make sure to do all of the necessary things (Shamiko, hide Magisk, freeze Magisk, etc.) BEFORE ever accessing my banking app. If I accessed my banking app with root and had NOT done all of the necessary things first, my bank would blacklist my device. The only way I found to get around this was to reset my device and try again.

Other than that, I have not had too many issues (beyond Disney plus not working).
 

gumetallica

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Jun 19, 2020
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I haven't rooted a phone in a very long time, but I just purchased a Oneplus Ace Pro and I want to root it for a few reasons. but before I attempt the root I had a question for you guys on Rooting a Oneplus Ace Pro

Since this is the China version of the Oneplus10T, can I root it and then flash a global version of the Oneplus 10T OS?

Will I lose any functionality by rooting the device? for example will banking apps work? will FB Messenger and Whatsapp work?

Is there a guide for rooting the Oneplus Ace Pro and updating the OS to the global 10T version?

I've been reading thru a lot of posts and I'm a bit lost on how to root the device and what, if any, functionality will be lost once I root it

I appreciate the help in advance
I am not having any problems with banking apps. Everything works great, as long as I use Magisk hide, Magisk deny list, shamiko module and safety net fix module.r
There are people claimming to have had problems with netflix though.
 
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mingkee

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I've got my shamiko module installed and both Netflix and Disney Plus added to my deny list. I've also got the Magisk app renamed and Frozen with Icebox. I then have the modified version of the "Universal SafetyNet Fix" (version 2.3.1 beta 4.1) module installed.

For me, Netflix works and Disney Plus does not. 🤷‍♂️
Did you try Redbox app?
If you are able to play some free movies there, it's still good
BTW, USNF 2.4 is out and it's still 2/3 on play integrity
 
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notorious.dds

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Nov 11, 2015
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Did you try Redbox app?
If you are able to play some free movies there, it's still good
BTW, USNF 2.4 is out and it's still 2/3 on play integrity
No, I have not tried the Redbox app. I did update to USNF 2.4, but Disney Plus still doesn't work. There's also a streaming app called Kanopy used for library stuff. I can't get that to work either.
 

dznuts420

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Jan 25, 2008
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Is there a straightforward guide link i can use? i was able to unlock the bootloader. I have the CPH 2417 and am in US. Help me obiwan-kenobi. you're my only hope!
 

notorious.dds

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Nov 11, 2015
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Cannot play with error?
I only ever get this went attempting to play something on Disney+:

"Something went wrong. Please try again. If you continue to have issues, please visit our Help Center at help.disneyplus.com."

For what it's worth, it doesn't even include an error code (as it often does for other types of errors).
 

notorious.dds

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Nov 11, 2015
63
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I have a feeling A12 and later is end of root.
Why should we see more and more rooted devices with A12 and later cannot work with Disney+ or similar apps?!
Nah... I'd suggest your feeling on this to be somewhat "Chicken Little"ish.

Don't get me wrong... it's completely annoying that so many apps are coded with kill switches triggered by any sign of root or root related settings and/or modifications. However, the cat and mouse game that is "apps detecting root and developers creating ways to avoid being detected" has been going on for years... and will continue to do so.

I suspect what sets these streaming apps apart from other apps which DO have working methods to evade root detection is their usage of DRM. If I understand things correctly, just an unlocked bootloader (without having root or any other modifications) can cause the DRM check to fail. And, hiding and unlocked bootloader from DRM is apparently difficult to impossible.

The part of this that I fail to get my head around is: Why do certain companies block app usage if root is detected, yet have no issue if I access the same content on my Linux box? Disney+ is a perfect example. 🤷‍♂️
 

roswellraygun

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Mar 9, 2008
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Nah... I'd suggest your feeling on this to be somewhat "Chicken Little"ish.

Don't get me wrong... it's completely annoying that so many apps are coded with kill switches triggered by any sign of root or root related settings and/or modifications. However, the cat and mouse game that is "apps detecting root and developers creating ways to avoid being detected" has been going on for years... and will continue to do so.

I suspect what sets these streaming apps apart from other apps which DO have working methods to evade root detection is their usage of DRM. If I understand things correctly, just an unlocked bootloader (without having root or any other modifications) can cause the DRM check to fail. And, hiding and unlocked bootloader from DRM is apparently difficult to impossible.

The part of this that I fail to get my head around is: Why do certain companies block app usage if root is detected, yet have no issue if I access the same content on my Linux box? Disney+ is a perfect example. 🤷‍♂️
I have YTTV, Netflix, Disney+ etc working successfully. Initially none of them were working while rooted. It takes some fairly big changes, but I thought I'd share.

Explanation:
Essentially, widevine needs to be set to L3 (lower quality as it's not protected). There is a module called liboemcryptodisabler that typically accomplishes this but it doesn't work for our device. Oneplus moved the library (liboemcrypto.so) to the "odm" partition which both the module and Magisk don't support. There is a fork of Magisk called Magisk Delta (by HuskyDG) that allows magic mounting of extra partitions, including "odm". I made some tiny and "hacky" changes to the module and now widevine shows as L3 and video apps work for me.

TL;DR
Use at your own risk, I'm not responsible for any damage, etc, etc.
  1. Magisk Delta - Required. I'm currently using delta-5. Zygisk and MagiskHide enabled and DenyList configured.
  2. Universal Safety Net Fix - Module. Needed to download the media apps from Play Store (and maybe other reasons). I'm currently using v2.4
  3. liboemcryptodisablerodm - My custom module attached here. Based on the original liboemcryptodisabler by ianmacd.
 

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DBDandreod

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Jun 24, 2019
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OnePlus 7 Pro
I have YTTV, Netflix, Disney+ etc working successfully. Initially none of them were working while rooted. It takes some fairly big changes, but I thought I'd share.

Explanation:
Essentially, widevine needs to be set to L3 (lower quality as it's not protected). There is a module called liboemcryptodisabler that typically accomplishes this but it doesn't work for our device. Oneplus moved the library (liboemcrypto.so) to the "odm" partition which both the module and Magisk don't support. There is a fork of Magisk called Magisk Delta (by HuskyDG) that allows magic mounting of extra partitions, including "odm". I made some tiny and "hacky" changes to the module and now widevine shows as L3 and video apps work for me.

TL;DR
Use at your own risk, I'm not responsible for any damage, etc, etc.
  1. Magisk Delta - Required. I'm currently using delta-5. Zygisk and MagiskHide enabled and DenyList configured.
  2. Universal Safety Net Fix - Module. Needed to download the media apps from Play Store (and maybe other reasons). I'm currently using v2.4
  3. liboemcryptodisablerodm - My custom module attached here. Based on the original liboemcryptodisabler by ianmacd.
Thank you so much! I've been trying to figure this out since I first got the phone and rooted it. Everything works flawlessly with no issues.
Have tried with Disney+ and Crunchy roll.
 
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notorious.dds

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Nov 11, 2015
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TL;DR
Use at your own risk, I'm not responsible for any damage, etc, etc.
  1. Magisk Delta - Required. I'm currently using delta-5. Zygisk and MagiskHide enabled and DenyList configured.
  2. Universal Safety Net Fix - Module. Needed to download the media apps from Play Store (and maybe other reasons). I'm currently using v2.4
  3. liboemcryptodisablerodm - My custom module attached here. Based on the original liboemcryptodisabler by ianmacd.
Thanks! That did it!

I'll add the following from my experience as it might be helpful to others:

I was having some issues after installing Magisk Delta with things like Google Play Services Services crashing and other apps not working. With Magisk Delta, the integrated Magisk Hide feature works again like it did in the pre-version-24 days of Magisk. In other words, it appears that the Shamiko module is not needed. After disabling the Shamiko module and enabling "Magisk Hide", my issues were resolved.

Also, the Magisk Delta app is it's own app (not an update to Magisk). Before discovering that I needed to disable Shamiko, I ended up uninstalling the original Magisk app in an effort to fix things. Doing this didn't make much difference, but having 2 Magisk apps installed just seemed like a bad idea. I'm curious if others have both installed or not.
 

Dicentim

Member
Jun 15, 2015
9
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I haven't rooted a phone in a very long time, but I just purchased a Oneplus Ace Pro and I want to root it for a few reasons. but before I attempt the root I had a question for you guys on Rooting a Oneplus Ace Pro

Since this is the China version of the Oneplus10T, can I root it and then flash a global version of the Oneplus 10T OS?

Will I lose any functionality by rooting the device? for example will banking apps work? will FB Messenger and Whatsapp work?

Is there a guide for rooting the Oneplus Ace Pro and updating the OS to the global 10T version?

I've been reading thru a lot of posts and I'm a bit lost on how to root the device and what, if any, functionality will be lost once I root it

I appreciate the help in advance
Hi, did you manage to root the Oneplus Ace Pro?
My 16GB/256GB model will arrive soon and I wonder if anybody succeeded in rooting the Ace Pro version. Thanks.
 

mingkee

Senior Member
I have YTTV, Netflix, Disney+ etc working successfully. Initially none of them were working while rooted. It takes some fairly big changes, but I thought I'd share.

Explanation:
Essentially, widevine needs to be set to L3 (lower quality as it's not protected). There is a module called liboemcryptodisabler that typically accomplishes this but it doesn't work for our device. Oneplus moved the library (liboemcrypto.so) to the "odm" partition which both the module and Magisk don't support. There is a fork of Magisk called Magisk Delta (by HuskyDG) that allows magic mounting of extra partitions, including "odm". I made some tiny and "hacky" changes to the module and now widevine shows as L3 and video apps work for me.

TL;DR
Use at your own risk, I'm not responsible for any damage, etc, etc.
  1. Magisk Delta - Required. I'm currently using delta-5. Zygisk and MagiskHide enabled and DenyList configured.
  2. Universal Safety Net Fix - Module. Needed to download the media apps from Play Store (and maybe other reasons). I'm currently using v2.4
  3. liboemcryptodisablerodm - My custom module attached here. Based on the original liboemcryptodisabler by ianmacd.
You gave me an answer why Edge 2021 cannot play Netflix even it's successfully installed.
I found liboemcrypo.so in /system/vendor/lib
However, Moto phones are easier to deal with and I just added liboemcrypo disabler and reboot, and Netflix works now.
Make sure you check /lib folder and subfolder in /system/, /system/vendor/, /vendor/, and /odm/
I found this .so in /odm/lib in 8T but it has no issue even with A13 (T)
 

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    I didn't actually buy the phone yet, just read the root notes and saw it mentioned it is broken for OP11, was curious if it is the same for 10t
    For me this was never an issue on the 10t, but was on the 11. Also when booting the Indian image for root, this does not change the phone firmware, because you are just booting it, not flashing it like early 1+ 11 root.
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    I've just received today the 10T 5G CPH2415.

    I unlocked the bootloader in the same way as the Oneplus 10Pro

    in settigs OEM unlock and ADB Debug.

    by Powershell:
    1. adb devices
    2. Adb reboot bootloader
    3. fastboot devices
    4. fastboot flashing unlock
    in case of issue on installing the driver, in fastboot mode, on win11, you need to reboot Windows in the mode "Disable driver signature enforcement"

    when the phone is started, reboot again in fastboot then I booted it with the boot.img of the indian version which I found (I patched it with Magisk 25.2).
    1. fastboot devices
    2. fastboot boot patched_boot.img
    when it stared, I patched it with Magisk directly.
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    Firmware updating (Full update) keeping the Root:

    by using "oneplus local update for android 12" the root can be kept.
    Install the firmware with oplocal, dont reboot, open magisk flash it on the second slot; only now you can reboot.

    DON'T REBOOT after the FW installation.

    The firmware can be downloaded through the app Oxygen Updater. (Full update)
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    Attachment:
    Boot Patched 10T from Indian version img
    OPLocal Update for Android 12 apk
    Stock boot A06 CPH2415 img
    Patched Boot A06 CPH2415 (Magisk 25.2) img
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    Nah... I'd suggest your feeling on this to be somewhat "Chicken Little"ish.

    Don't get me wrong... it's completely annoying that so many apps are coded with kill switches triggered by any sign of root or root related settings and/or modifications. However, the cat and mouse game that is "apps detecting root and developers creating ways to avoid being detected" has been going on for years... and will continue to do so.

    I suspect what sets these streaming apps apart from other apps which DO have working methods to evade root detection is their usage of DRM. If I understand things correctly, just an unlocked bootloader (without having root or any other modifications) can cause the DRM check to fail. And, hiding and unlocked bootloader from DRM is apparently difficult to impossible.

    The part of this that I fail to get my head around is: Why do certain companies block app usage if root is detected, yet have no issue if I access the same content on my Linux box? Disney+ is a perfect example. 🤷‍♂️
    I have YTTV, Netflix, Disney+ etc working successfully. Initially none of them were working while rooted. It takes some fairly big changes, but I thought I'd share.

    Explanation:
    Essentially, widevine needs to be set to L3 (lower quality as it's not protected). There is a module called liboemcryptodisabler that typically accomplishes this but it doesn't work for our device. Oneplus moved the library (liboemcrypto.so) to the "odm" partition which both the module and Magisk don't support. There is a fork of Magisk called Magisk Delta (by HuskyDG) that allows magic mounting of extra partitions, including "odm". I made some tiny and "hacky" changes to the module and now widevine shows as L3 and video apps work for me.

    TL;DR
    Use at your own risk, I'm not responsible for any damage, etc, etc.
    1. Magisk Delta - Required. I'm currently using delta-5. Zygisk and MagiskHide enabled and DenyList configured.
    2. Universal Safety Net Fix - Module. Needed to download the media apps from Play Store (and maybe other reasons). I'm currently using v2.4
    3. liboemcryptodisablerodm - My custom module attached here. Based on the original liboemcryptodisabler by ianmacd.
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    I understand that, but in the instructions, the repaired vendor_boot.img is also flashed
    Are you not listening to me? I just told you how to do it. Boot the patched image and run the direct install. Magisk installer will do what needs to be done for you. This is also the same thing the OP has done. Ignore those other instructions you found, they are incorrect and pose problems when you take OTA updates as OnePlus is moving away from full OTAs to incremental ones that will not flash to a phone with modified images.

    For the record, patched dtbo and vendor_boot are needed as well but Magisk does this for you.
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    You followed this guide

    https://www.droidwin.com/root-oneplus-10t-via-magisk-patched-boot-img/

    or did you only flash the patched boot.img?
    Don't follow that guide. You just need to boot (not flash) a patched boot image and then run direct install. This also creates backups of your stock images which you'll need when you OTA.
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    It says it failed with a timing. OEM unlock is enabled in settings. To avoid clutter or adding confusion here, if it is ok please private message. Thanks a lot for your support
    While in adb in cmd type "adb devices" it will show your device serial number and then run the .bat file as run as administrator your device will be unlocked,
    Attached both lock & unlock bootloader script, unzip the zip file and run the 1st file unlock bootloader.bat file as run as administrator
    do let me know if it worked on 10T however the file is for 10 Pro but will work on 10T as well.