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By marvouone, Junior Member on 4th May 2017, 10:47 AM
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So, I rooted my Zenfone 2 with LineageOs Android 7.1. I could login to Snapchat, it was all cool even though my phone got slower. Then I installed a 3rd party Snapchat app, ''Casper.io'' and logged in to that with my Snapchat ID and password which got me logged out on the official Snapchat app. I uninstalled the 3rd party app, did whatever Snapchat told me to, I reinstalled the official app too. I couldn't login, it's failed. Then I tried to login to my account in a different device. It was successfull. And I don't know what to do now. Read some posts about Xposed Framework etc. There's no Xposed Framework for Android 7. Anybody can help please? It'll be much appreciated.

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4th May 2017, 10:21 PM |#2  
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You need to temporarily disable root to log in to Snapchat. Once you're logged in you're OK.
8th August 2017, 11:05 PM |#3  
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Same !! did u resolve the issue?
9th August 2017, 07:43 AM |#4  
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Remove root, clear data on SC, login to SC and verify, re-root phone, create backup of SC so you can restore the logged in version in the future.
10th August 2017, 10:04 AM |#5  
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Use titanium backup to backup once ur into snapchat and u can restore the backup without logging in, even if you dont pass the safety net.
10th August 2017, 04:49 PM |#6  
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Snapchat has implemented SafetyNet to its app, which need a special root to access Snapchat, so to access Snapchat:
**WARNING** Your warranty is now void when rooting your phone/tablet! Backup your everything using TWRP cause I am not responsible for anything wrong happens to your device!

* Download your device stock/custom boot.img (kernel) without SuperSU mod and download UnSU.zip from the amazing @osm0sis

* Flash UnSu.zip and Flash stock boot.img in TWRP

* Flash Magisk

* Uninstall Xposed Temporary and Login to Snapchat and install Xposed again OR use Root Switch APK from amazing Corner23 to turn off Xposed with a soft reboot and enable it again with another soft reboot (You Shouldn't use Systemless Xposed, you should use the official one from amazing @rovo89 or the custom one for samsung devices from the amazing @wanam) [Note for Geeks: Wanam Custom Xposed can work on all devices whether Odexed or DeOdexed while Rovo's Official Xposed can work only on AOSP DeOdexed ROMs.]

* To know if you can login to Snapchat, download any SafetyNet Checker from Play Store and you should pass SafetyNet if everything was done correctly else you might have some residual files that detect that you used root before so you might need to start from beginning with stock ROM.

Hope it helps!
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11th August 2017, 12:58 AM |#7  
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Method A

1. Unroot
2. Reinstall Snapchat
3. Login

Method B

1. Grab another rooted device
2. Install Titanium Backup on said device
3. Install Snapchat and login, on said device
4. Use either a MicroSD card or upload a zip file of your 'TitaniumBackup' folder
5. Put folder in root of internal SD card on rooted device
6. Restore backup
7. Launch and enjoy

I actually keep a copy of that zip file both on my computer and my Dropbox. Useful for any future phone and/or tablet!
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12th August 2017, 08:21 PM |#8  
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Originally Posted by LexignisOfficial

Method A

1. Unroot
2. Reinstall Snapchat
3. Login

Method B

1. Grab another rooted device
2. Install Titanium Backup on said device
3. Install Snapchat and login, on said device
4. Use either a MicroSD card or upload a zip file of your 'TitaniumBackup' folder
5. Put folder in root of internal SD card on rooted device
6. Restore backup
7. Launch and enjoy

I actually keep a copy of that zip file both on my computer and my Dropbox. Useful for any future phone and/or tablet!

Amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! life saver, thank you!
13th August 2017, 01:22 AM |#9  
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Use Magisk root and enable Magisk hide to Snapchat, it should work, works for my sister on here Galaxy S5 (klte)

If coming from SuperSU you'll have to fully unroot before installing MagiskSU
13th August 2017, 03:01 AM |#10  
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Use Magisk root and enable Magisk hide to Snapchat, it should work, works for my sister on here Galaxy S5 (klte)

If coming from SuperSU you'll have to fully unroot before installing MagiskSU

This is more-or-less time sensitive, Magisk always has to stay updated to bypass Safetynet checks, and Safetynet has to update to bypass Magisk, my method is a lot more usable, and with the Uninstall feature from both Magisk, and with the Uninstall zip for your respected xposed variation, this method should always work, at least until they can start sensing more things like history, and file differences in the system between OTAs.

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Amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! life saver, thank you!

Glad to see I could help, I like offering straightforward instructions because I always look for 'em, have fun with your rooted device!
26th September 2017, 01:44 AM |#11  
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I wasn't able to log in after uninstalling root and several times uninstalling Snapchat and phone restarts. Help
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