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By mihailgreceanu, Member on 31st December 2015, 07:52 PM
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18th January 2016, 09:36 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.

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20th January 2016, 06:35 PM |#12  
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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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Pre: a. uninstall xposed framework before installing snapchat then do a fresh install of snapchat
b. log in into snapchat whithout having the xposed framework installed.
c. after logging in, install the framework back
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, never clear data after logging in, or if you do so, uninstall xposed framework, log in, install framework back) 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.
ps. the problem is not the root or the xposed app installed, its the xposedbridge.jar which changes the code in the framework, snapchat sees that and crashes the application upon logging in, then the popular "can't log in"
Goodluck!

I'm using an android emulator called AmiDUOS, it runs android 5.1.1. Blue stacks doesn't work for me.

I actually got snapchat working on AmiDUOS one point, I was rooted so used an app to freeze supersu so it wouldn't be detected, allowing me to log in but I got logged out and this way isn't working for me anymore. I've used rootcloak to cloak snapchat and supersu but with no avail. Do you have any idea what is triggering snapchat to think I'm rooted? Maybe they don't like that I'm using an emulator? Can I hide this?

Thank you
31st January 2016, 05:48 PM |#13  
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I tried the method given here bu could no log into snapchat, i also tried uninstalling xposed and backing up data using titanium backup. Is there another way to log in?
12th February 2016, 04:24 PM |#14  
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No Luck. I uninstall the framework (but the installer app is still there, that a problem?), reboot, install Snapchat fresh, try to sign in and get the same "Oh no! Your login temporarily failed, so please try again later." message.

I'll try with titanbackup on my old phone later tonight to see if I can just copy it over like that.

Edit: I created a new Snapchat account with xposed framework uninstalled and it let me in. Seems like they are flagging accounts that try to login with xposed installed and/or root?
13th February 2016, 02:53 AM |#15  
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Simple method for root phone
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I tried the method given here bu could no log into snapchat, i also tried uninstalling xposed and backing up data using titanium backup. Is there another way to log in?

Simple method for root phone. Install snap chat on different non root smartphone and login. Install titanium backup, make buckup, send to your root phone install titanium backup and restore. I checked and everything works on my klte with blisspop

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Simple method for root phone. Install snap chat on different non root smartphone and login. Install titanium backup, make buckup, send to your root phone install titanium backup and restore. I checked and everything works on my klte with blisspop. I did it on my xperia t stock with root. I make backup later i send to my klte. Later install titanium buckup and snapchat from playstore later restore data and that's it. Open snapchat and logged. But remember, dont logaut 😀😀
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14th February 2016, 03:32 PM |#16  
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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

Can u share the .tibkp files here? Thanks
14th February 2016, 08:17 PM |#17  
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Yes you can, for example to cloud or bluetooth.

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19th February 2016, 02:49 PM |#18  
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Can u share the .tibkp files here? Thanks

Lol I can't share my .tibkp files as that's for my Snapchat haha
20th February 2016, 04:12 AM |#19  
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Lol I can't share my .tibkp files as that's for my Snapchat haha

Omg sorry haha
20th February 2016, 04:48 AM |#20  
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Just to add my experience - I was unable to get the root cloak method to work. I already had xposed and snapchat installed, and removing xposed seems risky so I didn't want to go that route. No matter how I set up root cloak, ensuring to wipe snapchat's data in between, it still wouldn't let me log in.

I resorted to logging in on my old phone and backing up snapchat + its data with titanium backup. It works like a charm. Good thing I have old android phones laying around!
20th February 2016, 09:39 AM |#21  
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Hay there, i can login snapchat, but its always forced close when i open the app.
Anyone can help me?
thanks


Please open video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lzuwsKAlw4I&app=desktop
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