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Question Unable to install Netflix after rooting

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AllGamer

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More good news, I rooted it again, installed Magisk and Netflix is still working.

Not sure why it wasn't working before, also not quite sure what was the actual fix.

I don't really consider a full system wipe a "fix" but well that did it for me.
 

avid_droid

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So, I just imported Apps and Data from the old phone again via Google "setup my device" transfer, and now Netflix got disabled again.

I'll try again and skip Google transfer to find out if that helps.
I can always use One+ Switch App to see if that is better.
OnePlus switch will still result in the same issue. Clear data and cache,install the app link I provided and make sure magiskhide is set to on.
 

dreinulldrei

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Sorry, no. This means that Play Services have detected root and therefore the device is regarded as uncertified. See in Play store, hit your avatar, go to settings and see about screen. Look under Play Protect. I am confident you're uncertified.

A basic Magisk install will let you hide this. If Magisk hide is on, recheck Play Store. If it still says uncertified, go to app settings and wipe settings for Play Store. After this it should.be certified if Magisk is hidden. Once it's certified, you can install and use Netflix.

Word of warning: any mods like Xposed or variants thereof will break the certification.
 

AllGamer

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Sorry, no. This means that Play Services have detected root and therefore the device is regarded as uncertified. See in Play store, hit your avatar, go to settings and see about screen. Look under Play Protect. I am confident you're uncertified.

A basic Magisk install will let you hide this. If Magisk hide is on, recheck Play Store. If it still says uncertified, go to app settings and wipe settings for Play Store. After this it should.be certified if Magisk is hidden. Once it's certified, you can install and use Netflix.

Word of warning: any mods like Xposed or variants thereof will break the certification.

THANK YOU, Thank You, thank you... !!!
That did it!
Now I can update and install Netflix straight from Google App Store.
 
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the bolt of thunder

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Sorry, no. This means that Play Services have detected root and therefore the device is regarded as uncertified. See in Play store, hit your avatar, go to settings and see about screen. Look under Play Protect. I am confident you're uncertified.

A basic Magisk install will let you hide this. If Magisk hide is on, recheck Play Store. If it still says uncertified, go to app settings and wipe settings for Play Store. After this it should.be certified if Magisk is hidden. Once it's certified, you can install and use Netflix.

Word of warning: any mods like Xposed or variants thereof will break the certification.
This also helped me. Thank you very much for this.
 
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Flying Fox

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Nice, sometimes it seems to work, sometimes not. Just rooted a new OP 9 and also the issue with Netflix for the first time. No idea what step led to this.
Finally phone unrooted, locked, unlocked and rooted again and Magisk hide activated.
Only then logged into the Playstore to update Netflix. Now runs as usual. Maybe that's the point. I had previously set up the device without an internet connection. And as I said, Playstore only at the end of the whole procedure.
 

Pain-N-Panic

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I'm not currently rooted, but I older OP device I would constantly get errors trying to install or run applications while rooted. There's an option within the Magisk app to reinstall Magisk under a random name. You can name it whatever you want. Doing that and deleting the regular Magisk app typically worked for me. Delete the app youre having issues installing. Reinstall Magisk under a random name of your choice. Redownload app but don't open it. Open newly installed Magisk under the random name you chose and add it to Magisk hide. Then run app.
 

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