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By mihailgreceanu, Member on 31st December 2015, 08:52 PM
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As you all know, snapchat does not work on rooted phones anymore... Wrong! It doesn't work on phones with xposed framework, at least upon logging in.


steps (modified and simplified)
a. uninstall xposed framework (ROOT DOES NOT MATTER, HAVING THE XPOSED APP ALSO DOES NOT MATTER, MAKE SURE YOU DO NOT HAVE THE FRAMEWORK INSTALLED) before installing snapchat then do a fresh install of snapchat. Only disabling the xposed module=fail
b. log in into snapchat whithout having the xposed framework installed.
c. after logging in, install the framework back
voila, now you have all the xposed functions plus snapchat working just fine
Goodluck!
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1st January 2016, 12:12 AM |#2  
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As you all know, snapchat does not work on rooted phones anymore... Wrong! It doesn't work on phones with xposed framework. I kept searching for a solution and all i found was rootcloack to hide root. It's good, but snapchat actually checks for xposedbridge.jar. I disabled the framework in xposed and snapchat worked without any mods and even with root. You can find rootcloack in xposedrepo.


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All in all, in order for snapchat to work (tested on lastest snapchat) you need to use rootcloack as follows:
1. install it and activate it under modules in xposed- then restart the phone
2.(i assume you have snapchat installed, if you do, clear data just in case) go to rootcloack,
3. under add/remove apps, click on 3 dots and "reset to default"
still in add/remove apps, add snapchat using +
4 under add/remove keywords and comands (do the same for both) add Xposedbridge.jar XposedBridge Snapprefs.apk Snapprefs (last 2 only if you have snapprefs module and you want to have no problems)
5. add the same commands to add/remove comands
done.

Another solution is to login before installing xposed and then you'll be all gravy. I just did this 10 min ago and can confirm it works.
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1st January 2016, 08:09 AM |#3  
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Mine works just fine.

Sent from my A0001 using Tapatalk
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2nd January 2016, 12:00 AM |#4  
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This method doesn't work for me.
2nd January 2016, 01:51 AM |#5  
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I found a work around for it my phone died and I signed into my sc from another device used it and logged off when I tried signing in on my phone I got temp login failure notice this is what I did to get back on:

On a second device, download latest version and sign into Snapchat

Once done, root second device and download titanium backup

Make a back up of Snapchat from second device and send the .tibkp back up or whatever to the first device

On first device download latest version of snapchat and titanium back up and restore the data only from the file you sent to the first device from the second device

Once done use sc like normal

Works fine unless you sign out from Snapchat on the second device so what I did is I froze Snapchat on the second device and erased the back up.

BTW I used a Samsung tablet as a second device and s6 edge for first device
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2nd January 2016, 04:23 AM |#6  
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I found a work around for it my phone died and I signed into my sc from another device used it and logged off when I tried signing in on my phone I got temp login failure notice this is what I did to get back on:

On a second device, download latest version and sign into Snapchat

Once done, root second device and download titanium backup

Make a back up of Snapchat from second device and send the .tibkp back up or whatever to the first device

On first device download latest version of snapchat and titanium back up and restore the data only from the file you sent to the first device from the second device

Once done use sc like normal

Works fine unless you sign out from Snapchat on the second device so what I did is I froze Snapchat on the second device and erased the back up.

BTW I used a Samsung tablet as a second device and s6 edge for first device

Brilliant. Worked like a charm, thanks!
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5th January 2016, 06:20 AM |#7  
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Originally Posted by mihailgreceanu

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As you all know, snapchat does not work on rooted phones anymore... Wrong! It doesn't work on phones with xposed framework. I kept searching for a solution and all i found was rootcloack to hide root. It's good, but snapchat actually checks for xposedbridge.jar. I disabled the framework in xposed and snapchat worked without any mods and even with root. You can find rootcloack in xposedrepo.


steps
All in all, in order for snapchat to work (tested on lastest snapchat) you need to use rootcloack as follows:
1. install it and activate it under modules in xposed- then restart the phone
2.(i assume you have snapchat installed, if you do, clear data just in case) go to rootcloack,
3. under add/remove apps, click on 3 dots and "reset to default"
still in add/remove apps, add snapchat using +
4 under add/remove keywords and comands (do the same for both) add Xposedbridge.jar XposedBridge Snapprefs.apk Snapprefs (last 2 only if you have snapprefs module and you want to have no problems)
5. add the same commands to add/remove comands
done.

This did not work for me either.

---------- Post added 5th January 2016 at 12:20 AM ---------- Previous post was 4th January 2016 at 11:24 PM ----------

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This did not work for me either.

Wound up installing Snapchat on another device, doing a backup with Titanium Backup, and restoring the backup to my primary device. I could not get the Root Cloak method to work.
7th January 2016, 07:27 AM |#8  
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Rooting phone.
Hi I got a question. I have a LG G stylo and I really want to change my emojis to the IoS 9 emojis. I was wondering if I installed king root and emoni switcher will it stop me from getting on Snapchat since Snapchat blocks Snapchat rooted users. Please let me know and I'm kinda scared to do this because I don't want to be able to get on Snapchat anymore. Also, if I delete the root app, will it be officially unroofed?thank you.
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easiest thing to do is, make a TB backup of snapchat of you logged in.. that way if you get logged out you can restore the app data from back up and you are logged in again.

If you get logged out and do not have a backup, you have to uninstall xposed, login to snapchat, make a TB backup, install xposed and boom you are good to go.. no need for rootcloak.
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8th January 2016, 03:32 PM |#10  
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the best solution is to install xposed uninstaller in your custom recovery mode if you want to login to snapchat in a rooted and xposed device. you can install xposed framework after you log in.
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18th January 2016, 10:36 PM |#11  
Hey everyone.

I have a few problems with this... First when I try to uninstall xposed framework, my phone will not boot. I have a xperia z5 premium, running RomAur.

Second, when I try to do a backup with Titanium backup from another device, snapchat will not start and instantly crashes upon launch after being restored on my z5p.

Any pointers?
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