Google may have updated SafetyNet detection, breaking some root hiding methods
If you fired up Pokemon Go yesterday just to find that you weren’t able to connect, there’s one potentially good reason behind it. It appears that Google recently updated how their SafetyNet detections work, and the new changes are able to pick up some previous root-hiding methods. If you are using Magisk, the current workaround is to set it to operate in “core only” mode via settings in Magisk Manager.
Magisk developer topjohnwu issued a statement on the subject earlier today, in which he waxed for a bit on the perpetual cat-and-mouse game of hiding from SafetyNet checks.
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