One of the problems of rooted Android smartphones is the failure of SafetyNet. There are many reasons for this, such as hardware-backed attestation and CTS Profile updates introduced by Google. If SafetyNet is failed, many apps, including banking apps, will not work on your device. A few months back, XDA Senior Member kdrag0n had found a way to bypass the new hardware attestation. The new hardware-backed attestation was introduced back in May 2020.
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What it does is that it will send out device-specific Keystore certificates to SafetyNet servers to verify if the bootloader of the device is unlocked or not. Google also made bypassing SafetyNet harder this year by making changes to CTS validation. He also made the fix compatible with the upcoming Android 12 version. He had released the new version with the version number v2.0.0. It will bypass the Android 12 Beta 4 and the forthcoming versions. These are the changes of the latest fix;
- Added support for heavy OEM skins (One UI, MIUI, etc.)
- Added support for Android 12 Beta 4 and future versions
- Fixed broken Play Services features other than SafetyNet
- Fixed rare system freezes caused by Play Services breakage
- Android 12: Fixed face unlock on Pixel 4 series
- Added support for Android 7.0 and 7.1
- Rewritten as a Riru module
As you can see, it will support most skins. That is, you can root and bypass SafetyNet on all these skins. By this, you can enjoy all the functionality of your device. The developer has also pushed another update to fix the non-working of in-display fingerprint sensors in OnePlus smartphones. This article will teach you guys how to install the SafetyNet fix on the latest Android 12.
How to bypass SafetyNet on Android 12?
- For this, first, download the file by clicking here.
- Now, open Magisk on your smartphone.
- Then, navigate to the settings of Magisk and turn on Magisk Hide.
- Now, you are all set to install the Universal SafetyNet Fix Module, which you have downloaded earlier.
- For this, head to the Modules section, which is the last icon at the bottom.
- Tap on the Install from Storage option and choose the file. Magisk will now start installing the module on your device.
Even after doing this, if the SafetyNet fails on your smartphone, you need to perform an additional step. That is, you should install MagiskHide Props Config on your device. You can install the same by searching the name of the module in the Modules section. Once installed, restart your device to fix the SafetyNet. Do let us know in the comments section if you have bypassed this in your smartphone. Would you consider sharing the article with your friends who want to skip SafetyNet on their devices?