Safetynet passing and XA2

asked 2019-07-25 22:21:52 +0300

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The Android layer on the XA2 is a complete AOSP implementation if I'm not wrong. In AOSP it is possible to pass Safetynet using Magisk Hide. Has anybody tried this? Is it possible to install Magisk in the Android container? Can such an Android container ever pass Safetynet?

I have no experience with real world Android phones, only Symbian and SailfishOS, does anybody have more experience and could help to try this?

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what all apps would require SafetyNet to begin with? And you are somewhat right. There is a mostly functional AOSP implementation here, but it is not fully fleshed out. For starters, there are interpreters in the AOSP layer so that you can (i.e.) initiate a call from Android and it will allow the number to dial in Sailfish's Phone app. With 3.1, they've even taken out some AOSP core apps which have arguably done more harm than good. AOSP Camera and AOSP File Picker have been removed, which is quite critical to using some of the Android apps, especially if no equivalents exist in Sailfish.

WedgeStratos ( 2019-07-26 00:47:43 +0300 )edit
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Google pushed out an update to SafetyNet that breaks it on MicroG, check this link https://github.com/microg/android_packages_apps_RemoteDroidGuard/issues/24
about Magisk, would be great if someone make it work

carmeloferso ( 2019-07-26 15:39:46 +0300 )edit