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By Nibleheim, Senior Member on 4th August 2016, 12:37 AM
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1st March 2017, 12:22 PM |#21  
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Originally Posted by mattzeller

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Using Magisk and having systemless Xposed I am able to install and run AirWatch Agent

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Could you please let me know what steps did you follow? I'm currently on CM13 on my Oppo Find7 with SuperSU, Xposed and RootClock installed. Since I'm on MM, I suppose this SuperSU is systemless SU as mentioned in

If I understand correctly, this is what I need to do:-

1. Uninstall RootCloak
2. Uninstall Xposed
3. Install Material design Xposed from
4. Download and install Magisk Manager from the Playstore
5. Restart
6. Search and install Xposed within the Download section of Magisk Manager as mentioned under
7. Restart and optimize apps
8. Install RootCloak that I have already downloaded (the one I uninstalled in step 1)
9. If the interface of systemless Xposed is the same as the one I have, I assume I'd have to tick RootCloak to get it working
10. Install Airwatch Container and Airwatch Inbox and hopefully, see it work

I'll be honest, as I go deeper into the Android rabbit hole, the lesser I understand the effects of what I'm doing. So I do look forward to your guidance.

2nd March 2017, 01:39 PM |#22  
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The above steps work perfectly and I'm able to open the app and key in all details. However, it gives the earlier error of compromised device and doesn't enrol my device. I've raised an issue on the GitHub of rootcloak, let's see what response I get.

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2nd March 2017, 04:23 PM |#23  
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I appreciate you all doing the lord(satan)'s work. Thanks for your efforts!
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3rd March 2017, 03:34 AM |#24  
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Further research has caused me to believe that SuperSU may be the cause of Airwatch still detecting root. I've asked this on another forum but I'd appreciate if you could throw light on this matter as well - Magisk comes with its own SU. So does that mean I can simply uninstall the SuperSU app without losing root?

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20th March 2017, 10:27 PM |#25  
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You can try installing 'unwatch' module in the Material Design Xposed Installer. If that doesn't work try uninstalling SuperSU first and repeating all the steps you carried out initially. Magisk gives you root - however if it detects a systemless superSU it uses that which is not recommended if you want to avoid detection. Also remember to check the 'Hide' option in Magisk settings. Read the first post on "official-magisk-v7-universal-systemless-t3473445" for more details.
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