How To Guide Working SafetyNet with Pixel 6 Pro Android 12

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I've always preferred linking to where folks can find the latest release (or instruct them how to find a specific version at the source page, if necessary). A lot of us have been using v2.3.1 for a month or more now.

Linking to a specific version requires editing the OP, whereas linking to where to find all versions and then consulting input from users in the thread when there are issues is my preferred method. In time, it's likely that the linked-to specific version would no longer be recommended. To each their own, though. There have been plenty of threads on XDA that subscribe to each of those two methods.
 

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Thank you very much, this all worked, I had not done it in so long I forgot the commands etc

for reference, this is what I did

Root your phone with magisk.
Install the Magiskhide Props Config module
Use some app that let's you have access to terminal

Type "su" for superuser rights, then type "props" to access configuring the module.
Enter 5, Add/edit custom props
Enter n, New custom prop
Enter net.tethering.noprovisioning
Enter true
Enter 2, post-fs-data
Enter y
Enter y to reboot
Will this work on Pixel 5 running Android 11 rooted?
 
Hello. I have Xiaomi 12x Ysnac says that everything pass as on pic....but google pay can't add any card. How is it possible
Screenshot_2022-09-13-20-41-52-519_rikka.safetynetchecker.jpg
 
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    Hello. I have Xiaomi 12x Ysnac says that everything pass as on pic....but google pay can't add any card. How is it possibleView attachment 5710635

    You tried this -> https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...tynet-fix-2-3-1.4217823/page-91#post-87198517

    Otherwise, you can try the other things in this section.
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    Thank You VERY much 😁😃 first method worked on my xiaomi 12x 😁😃
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    This is no longer using an Unofficial Magisk app, it's the official Canary and USNF 2.2.0

    1. Download the latest Magisk Canary build
    2. Patch the boot.img from the Factory Images in Magisk, you'll also need the vbmeta.img if you aren't already rooted:
    If you're coming from Stock ROM/Unrooted
    2a. Magisk Manager -> Select and Patch a File -> boot.img
    2b. Copy patched boot image to PC
    2c. Reboot to Bootloader
    2d.
    Code:
    fastboot flash vbmeta --disable-verity --disable-verification vbmeta.img
    2e. Optional, if you want to test the img boots first
    Code:
    fastboot boot magisk_patched-230xx_xxxxx.img
    2f.
    Code:
    fastboot flash boot magisk_patched-230xx_xxxxx.img
    2g. Boot your device. This may require a factory reset if you get put into 'Data may be corrupted'
    If your device is already rooted using Magisk
    2a. Magisk Manager -> Direct Install
    2b. Reboot device
    4. Install from within Magisk Manager, and reboot your device
    5. In Magisk Manager, go to the Settings and enable Zygisk and Enforce DenyList
    6. Configure DenyList should be just below - This is just like the old Magisk Hide menu
    7. Hide any apps which may require it e.g banking apps and Google Pay
    8. In Magisk Settings, choose to Hide the Magisk app so it reinstalls the manager with a different package name. This helps prevent some banking apps detecting root.
    9. Reboot your device and test SafetyNet with an app like YASNAC
    If you're still failing CTS, you can try to clear app data for Google Play Services in your devices settings.


    Helpful screenshots/proof.
    Note: Systemless Hosts/MagiskHide Props Config/Riru/Riru LSPosed are not required for this.
    Notes2: Google Play Services does not need to be configured in DenyList

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    To update without wiping data, you can follow the OP post here

    1. Modify flash-all.bat:
    Open flash-all.bat in notepad and remove -w and add --disable-verity, -- disable verification and --skip-reboot to the fastboot update line. After editing, it should read as:
    Code:
    fastboot --disable-verity --disable-verification update image-raven-xxxxxxxxxxxx.zip --skip-reboot

    2. add the following commands to the bottom and change the img name to your patched boot image
    Code:
    fastboot reboot-bootloader
    ping -n 5 127.0.0.1 >nul
    fastboot flash boot --slot=all magisk_patched-23xxx_xxxxx.img
    fastboot reboot
    Once the script is ran, you should now be updated to the latest version with Magisk boot image installed.

    ISSUE: Apps not appearing in Google Play Store
    The below was emailed to me by KLWP developers after I raised I couldn't install it. It's worked for me for getting apps like Netflix to show.
    "This may have something to do with the new copy protection Google introduced with the new signing method. This happens if the Play Store falsely detects that something was tampered with on the device. To get around this, you can try to clear Google Play Store's app data."

    Thanks to @bouchigo for these instructions.
    Use an older version of that app (version 4.234) to get the fingerprint setup and working.

    Steps:
    1. Remove your current Chase bank app.
    2. Install the older version mentioned.
    3. Add it to the magisk deny list.
    4. Setup your fingerprint.

    Once you've done that, you can update the app in the Play Store to the latest version and the fingerprint will still work
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    Btw with USNF 2.2.0 being out as a Zygisk module, SN passes with Magisk Canary. It's an early access module
    I was following these:


    Note the writing "If you flash the images in bootloader, you will have to wipe." This has been my experience as well.

    There seems to be some confusion in those posts.

    Fastbootd is meant to flash contents of the super partition such as system, vendor, product. Due to dynamic partitions, those are now a part of a super partition which is flashed via regular fastboot aka bootloader.

    Vbmeta is a low level partition too so it needs to be flashed via the bootloader. Data wipe is unavoidable the first time vbmeta and dm-verity are disabled but can be avoided during OTA updates.

    So, for the first root attempt this is how things should go:
    1. Get the latest boot.img of your device. If it's older than the firmware on your device, it is fine. Get the vbmeta image too.
    2. Install Magisk Canary apk on device
    3. Click Install -> Patch an image. Here select the boot image you've extracted in step 1. The patched image will be saved in `/sdcard/Download/`. Copy it over to your PC.
    4. `adb reboot bootloader` to boot into fastboot
    5. `fastboot flashing unlock` if BL hasn't been unlocked
    6. `fastboot --disable-verity --disable-verification flash vbmeta vbmeta.img`
    7. `fastboot -w` the first time you're disabling vbmeta.
    8. Reboot device once to ensure the system has been wiped and is bootable after disabling vbmeta
    9. `fastboot boot magisk_patched.img`
    10. You'll now be booted with temp root. Open Magisk and click Install -> Direct Install

    We boot the patched image instead of flashing it so that you can root even if the latest stock firmware image isn't available yet.

    For monthly updates, don't update via System Update but by using the OTA images released by Google.
    1. Download the OTA package to PC.
    2. Use payload dumper to get the latest boot image for patching as steps above. Extract the vbmeta image too.
    3. `adb reboot recovery`
    4. Install update via adb sideload. It's imperative, the device isn't booted into system upon completion.
    5. Reboot to bootloader from the menu in recovery
    6. `fastboot --disable-verity --disable-verification flash vbmeta vbmeta.img`
    7. `fastboot boot magisk_patched.img`
    8. Direct Install from within Magisk Manager.
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    Maybe here? Haven't tried yet. http://www.oldversion.com/android/com-chase-sig-android/

    There's also https://apkeureka.com/apk/com.chase.sig.android/

    Found using this search: https://www.google.com/search?q=chase+bank+apk+old+version&sxsrf=AOaemvLfTz7WOH6Um3eIfpWRliMBVMz2Kw:1637594539550&ei=q7WbYczzIJWPtAbtxKmYBg&ved=0ahUKEwiM9cKGo6z0AhWVB80KHW1iCmMQ4dUDCA4&uact=5&oq=chase+bank+apk+old+version&gs_lcp=Cgdnd3Mtd2l6EAMyCAghEBYQHRAeOgcIABBHELADOg0ILhDHARCjAhCwAxBDOgcIABCwAxBDOgUIABCABDoICAAQFhAKEB46BggAEBYQHkoECEEYAFDaCFinEmDZE2gBcAJ4AIABuwGIAc4KkgEDNi42mAEAoAEByAEKwAEB&sclient=gws-wiz

    I kinda hate to download banking apps from random websites, however.

    The newest version (still older than what I had from the Play Store) on the second site, chase-mobile_v4.252_apkeureka.com - 20211007 fingerprint still wouldn't enable.

    The oldest version on the second site, chase-mobile_v4.171_apkeureka.com - 20201211 wouldn't let me sign in without updating.

    I'll try one somewhere in the middle. Trial and error is a pain, though. Install, deny in Magisk, log in, 2FA, Settings, Fingerprint, denied. :D Wipe Cache and Storage, uninstall, repeat.

    chase-mobile_v4.220_apkeureka.com - 20200702 - wouldn't let me sign in without update
    chase-mobile_v4.231_apkeureka.com - 20200805 - wouldn't let me sign in without update
    chase-mobile_v4.234_apkeureka.com - 20200817 - wouldn't let me sign in without update

    And that's all she wrote for now. 10/07 is the only one on the site newer than 8/17, 8/17 requires update before trying to sign in, and 10/07 still has the problem where I couldn't enable fingerprints. I don't have the Chase app still installed on some previous rooted phone (with an old version) to restore app data from.

    By the way, I notice all these APKs are much bigger than what the Play Store reports is the current app's size, but maybe there's a technical reason for that. I hope. :)

    I figured it out! Thank you so much! I came across the apkeureka site but when I clicked the apk from my notifications, it didn't let me install.

    Big thanks to @Bad Bimr for figuring out the data off / wifi off part.

    Here's how to get the Chase app working:

    1. Uninstall any previous chase app from your phone.

    2. Download this Chase apk: https://apkeureka.com/apk/com.chase.sig.android/link/2/ (chase-mobile_v4.234_apkeureka.com.apk)

    3. Use a file explorer or the one that comes stock with your phone to install the apk.

    4. DO NOT open the Chase app.

    5. Go to Magisk > DenyList and check everything on the Chase app.
    5a. Not sure if this is required but I also spoofed my Magisk and named it "Matrix" (Settings > Hide Magisk app)

    6. Turn off both your Wifi and Data so you have no internet connection.

    7. Open the Chase app and enter your login username and password (make sure to click on the fingerprint sensor so it takes you straight to that setting to enable)

    8. It will prompt you that you have no data when you click the sign in button.

    9. You can now enable data and it will sign you in and take you to the fingerprint authentication page where you can enable it.

    10. The next time you sign it, it will prompt you to update the app. Go ahead and do that. Your fingerprint will still work once you update.

    11. PROFIT!
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    No worries, we're all adults here trying to keep up with Google's changes after all :)

    With USNF, DenyList doesn't need to be enabled for Play Services. This prevents any breaking of Play Services. What I did was:
    - Latest Magisk Canary
    - Enabled Zygisk but keep DenyList turned off
    - Flash the USNF module
    - Reboot system and verify if Zygisk is shown as "Yes" in Magisk Manager
    - Enable DenyList and select my bank apps
    - Hid Magisk Manager by repacking it with a different name

    Tested for SN and it passed. Netflix works. Banking apps mostly work with the exception of one which is worked-around by temporarily uninstalling only Magisk Manager. After I'm done with that bank app, a reboot brings back Magisk Manager.

    Unfortunately, since I'm traveling, GPay isn't available here so I can't test it but it should work just fine. If you've a specific app you want me to test, link it and I'll post a screenshot.
    Thanks for posting. Last night I had the forked Alpha version of Magisk installed with RIRU and the public release of USNF 2.1. Passed Safetynet and everyting was working well, but decided I'd feel better using the latest non-forked Zygisk compatible Magisk 23011

    1. I uninstalled Magisk Alpha from within the app--first restoring images and then doing a complete uninstall.

    2. Installed the latest Magisk 23011 and pattched the boot image.
    3. Copied magisk-patched.img to my computer
    4. adb reboot bootloader
    5. From bootloader I typed:
    fastboot flash --disable-verity --disable-verification vbmeta vbmeta.img (enter)
    fastboot flash boot_a magisk-patched.img (enter)
    fastboot flash boot_b magisk-patched.img (enter)
    fastboot reboot

    I'll be honest, I've been reading other posts stating that one should boot magisk-patched.img instead of flashing it.

    I tried that once and couldn't get it to work. It would just reboot to my home screen., so I began flashing the patched boot.img to both slots immediately after flashing vbmeta

    I've never had any trouble.

    Once I verified Magisk 23011 was properly installed and verified root, I installed USNF 2.2 early release, following Anonshe's instructions.

    SafetyNet failed initially, but I cleared cashe and data for Google Play Services and Play Store and now everything passes

    Definitely don't regret throwing kdrag0n a few bucks. USNF 2.2 does everything expected. https://kdrag0n.dev/patreon/

    I'm currently on the $5 monthly plan, but he also offers a one-time $5.99 charge for early access to USNF 2.2.

    Hopefully we can always manage to stay ahead in this cat and mouse game!!
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    I've always preferred linking to where folks can find the latest release (or instruct them how to find a specific version at the source page, if necessary). A lot of us have been using v2.3.1 for a month or more now.

    Linking to a specific version requires editing the OP, whereas linking to where to find all versions and then consulting input from users in the thread when there are issues is my preferred method. In time, it's likely that the linked-to specific version would no longer be recommended. To each their own, though. There have been plenty of threads on XDA that subscribe to each of those two methods.