1. DroidModderX

    Magisk Has Just Been Updated For Hiding Root

    SafetyNet is what Google uses to determine if your device has been rooted. A rooted device can be a security risk for apps like Android Pay so you can see why Google might want to block root when it comes to apps that store credit card numbers and bank info. Still if you know the risks and still...
  2. DroidModderX

    Google Exposes Root Users!

    There are many reasons to root your device. Xposed Framework, remove bloatware, and true full phone backups are all great reasons to root your device even in 2016. There are also plenty of reasons you would want to hide root on your device. Mainly being able to use Android Pay and the ability to...
  3. DroidModderX

    SUHide Now Works With Android Nougat

    So you want to root your phone, but you don't want to lose stock features of your phone like Android Pay. No worries SuperSU developer Chainfire has developed a way to hide the fact that your phone has Administrative access. His SUHide mod allows you to use apps that normally block you when...
  4. DroidModderX

    Hiding Root So You Can Use Android Pay!

    The arrival of Android Pay is imminent. Android Pay uses the NFC chip in your phone to process payments. You should be able to use it just about anywhere that already takes NFC payments. Google says that it will be supported at over 1 million pay kiosks at release. That is a lot of pay kiosks...