1. DroidModderX

    The Cat and Mouse Game Continues Between Magisk and Google SafteyNet

    If you have rooted your Android device in the past several months you have probably used Magisk to root your phone. Last month google updated SafetyNet which made Magisk useless in terms of easily rooting your device. Magisk was able to publish a quick update which bypassed the new SafetyNet...
  2. 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...
  3. 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...
  4. DroidModderX

    Magisk Allows You To Play PokeMon Go On Rooted Devices

    We found out yesterday that the latest version of Pokemon Go won't allow you to play the game if it detects you are rooted. This means you will need to fully unroot your device to continue game play. There is a pretty simple tool that will allow you to switch between rooted and unrooted. The...
  5. DroidModderX

    Use Android Pay With Root And Xposed!

    One of the many reasons users choose not to root their Android device is the fact that it disables pay services like Android Pay. Not to long ago a systemless root was released which allowed you to use Android Pay as long as you first disabled Xposed Framework and rebooted your device. That is...