Magisk has already been updated to work around recent security put in place two days ago by Google. So it is again possible to hide its root with the application.
Barely two days after the recent changes to SafetyNet, Magisk updates (in beta) to work around the problem. Therefore, users can re-hide the root system and take full advantage of Android and all of its features.
For those who have not followed the case, Google has updated its Play Services, allowing its safety SafetyNet to be triggered by Magisk. Users rooted have lost access to certain features and apps, like Android Pay and Pokémon GB for example. Fortunately, the “mask magic” has been updated in its turn to again be able to hide the root.
If this update interests you, you can find the version 13.0 of Magisk on the forums of XDA. Take the time to read the forum, however, in order to retrieve the correct version of the Magisk Manager, bug-free.
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