Pass SafetyNet on Rooted

Way to Pass SafetyNet on Rooted Android 12: Tutorial Guide

Today you will learn the ways to Pass SafetyNet on Rooted Android 12. Google announced its new iteration of the OS just known as the Android 12. The latest version of the OS will offer amazing features. There is a new Materials to design, & the wallpaper will also be based on the UX Theming engine. The latest Settings menu, the latest Notifications Panel, and as well as some accessibility features are also there, such as Camera Switch. The OEM will provide all of these.

Another amazing feature in the upcoming versions of OS is SafetyNet. Actually, it is a security feature of Google that will be available in the upcoming versions of Android OS running devices.

It stops rooted Android devices so that users won’t be able to utilize phone banking applications or make any transactions via that device. Just because Android OS has become more strict along with its privacy policies.

This guide will show you guys the steps to pass the SafetyNet Test on the rooted Android 12 device.

Pass SafetyNet on Rooted Android 12: Guide

Install MagiskHide Props Config

  1. Firstly, set up the Magisk App on the device.
  2. Open the Modules section & search MagiskHide Props Config.
  3. Click on the Download icon next to it & press Install.
  4. When the installation is complete, press the Reboot button just located at the bottom right.

Force Basic Attestation to Pass SafetyNet on Rooted Android 12

  1. You must have firstly, install any terminal emulator application on your device (just like the Termux app).
  2.  Set it up and copy and paste in the following command:
    su -c props
  3. Now you will get a Superuser Request, click Grant.
  4. It will set it up the MagiskHide Props Config just within the terminal itself. Copy and paste in 2 [Force BASIC Key Attestation] & press Enter.
  5. Now you will be on the Force BASIC Key Attestation page. Therefore, the value will be set to Nexus 5.
  6. While there’s no specific value as such that will surely spell out success, however, the one from Nexus 6P or Pixel 3A seems to be offering the best results.
  7. In my case, I have used the Nexus 6P value on my rooted Pixel 4A & it was also able to pass the Safetynet. Let’s select that. Type in d [Yes, pick a value from device list] & press Enter.
  8. Then you should type in 7 [Google] and hit Enter. Type 5 [Google Nexus 6P] and press Enter
  9. Now it will ask you to make sure the selected value, simply type y [YES]. Press Enter.
  10. At last restart your device. Type y [YES] & hit Enter.

Enable MagiskHide

  1. When your device boots up, then must set up the Magisk App.
  2. Click on the Settings icon located at the top right.
  3. Here scroll to the Magisk section & then must enable the toggle next to MagiskHide.

Get the Riru Module

  1. Set up Magisk. Open the Modules section.
  2. Find Riru and press the Download button.
  3. Click on Install & here wait for the process to complete.
  4. Once completed, press the Restart button that is visible at the bottom right.

Flash SafetyNet Fix

  1. Go to GitHub & you should get the Universal SafetyNet Fix Magisk Module.
  2. Send this module to your device & set up the Magisk App.
  3. Open the Modules section & click on Install from Storage.
  4. Now you have to browse to the Universal SafetyNet Fix Magisk Module and select it. Now the module will be flashed.
  5. Once completed, click on the Restart button that appears at the bottom right.

Enable Zygisk to Pass SafetyNet on Rooted Android 12

  1. Set up the Magisk App and click on the Settings icon located at the top right.
  2. Scroll to the Magisk section & then enable the toggle next to Zygisk.
  3. Reboot the device
  4. When it boots up, then set up the Magisk and check that it says YES next to Zygisk.

Also, see this article: Fix: Pass SafetyNet in Rooted Pixel 6/Pro: Guide

Verify the SafetyNet Results

UPDATE 1: The newest update to Magisk has cleared the option to verify SafetyNet. In this case, the third-party app will help you. Here we will use the YASNAC – Yet Another SafetyNet Attestation Checker.

  1. First of all, you have to download the YASNAC from the Google Play Store and get it on your device.
  2. Set up the app & click on Run SafetyNet Attestation
  3. Here get the Pass result under both the basicIntegrity & as well as ctsProfile sections.

The older method of checking Safetynet viz Magisk is preserved below:

  1. Set up the Magisk App and click on Check SafetyNet.
  2. In case you are performing this check, Magisk will alert you guys to download the proprietary code, click OK.
  3. When it gets downloaded, then the consequences will be right in front of you.
  4. It explain the Success message with both the basicIntegrity and ctsProfile tests having a check-mark next to them.

That’s it!

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