Yes, you have to hide root from Snapchat using Magisk Hide and uninstall Snapchat.
Then flash Xposed uninstall by flashing the uninstaller zip in recovery, reboot to system, install Snapchat and hide root from it and login, once logged in reboot to recovery, flash Xposed, reboot to system and it should work and stay working.
Repeat process in future if necessary.
That will work for MAYBE a few days. SC scans your phone now for xposed/root and will instantly ban it. Also, it keeps your device id stored on a blacklist so you'd have to change that too. They've gotten a lot sneaker about it. You can use an app like xprivacy lua or app ops to block this reading permission but it'll probably crash SC constantly. A few guys and I are trying to spoof the reading and device id and not get it to freak out but it's a slow process
Can't say I've ever only had it work for a few days, or only ever had it maybe work. It's worked for months now without issue.
I've also not had Snapchat "scan my phone" and I don't do anything special in that department, just regular Magisk Hide.
I've had it stop working once, months ago as I said above, and I just did the process and it started working again, no device ID change or blocking of permissions.
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