Edit: This topic is totally false. The actual answer was listed but not on the 1st post. You absolutely need to unroot in order to login to snapchat. The first post should be edited and updated.
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
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!
The method I used to log in to Snapchat on my rooted phone with Xposed was to uninstall Xposed (I had a flashable ZIP on my SD card and just used Flashfire to flash it), logged into Snapchat, then flashed Xposed again. Worked perfecfly fine, but I HAD to do this every time I wanted to log in.
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