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What are the alternatives for Xposed framework on Pie? Preferably without triggering Safety Net?

There are significant changes in Magisk /EdXposed drivers which are updated here How to install EdXposed on Android 10 without triggering safety net Please refer to updated installation instructions. ...
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How to install EdXposed on Android 10 without triggering safety net

xposed-framework is de facto dead , the last update being more than two years ago and that too for Oreo and there is no news of further updates. EdXposed , being open source is a preferred alternative ...
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Update to Magisk 24.1. Support for XPosed modules / Changes

tl:dr; Zygisk = Zygote + Magisk Use Zygisk-ified Lsposed (this was the undocumented learning to get Xposed modules running) Use Zygisk-ified USNF for safety-net check Previous setup :Magisk 23.x (...
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Magisk will fail Safety-Net hereafter. Why?

This is the latest (as on 30 August 21) on safety net. What are the changes in Magisk? John Wu (Magisk Developer) posted updates today, which clarifies the reasons. Earlier, SafetyNet API wasn't ...
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How to install Xposed framework on Android 12? What about safety net?

This answer is valid on the day of posting and it is very unlikely I would be updating it. Please feel free to edit this or add a separate answer Firstly,edxposed was the way in recent years.However,...
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SafetyNet vs MagiskHide: what's the status now in mid 2020?

(29 June 2020) It looks like Google is just being cautious, and preparing a new field in the SafetyNet response. According to the SafetyNet API Clients Team We have started rolling out a new feature ...
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Can "Magisk" hide bootloader status?

Edit NO It cannot hide. Developer of Magisk says in his tweet, after the latest Google update Q6: Is MagiskHide meaningless now? A6: It depends on your expectation. MagiskHide is still effective to ...
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Magisk will fail Safety-Net hereafter. Why?

It appears that Google may have chosen not to enforce this checking, even though it was implemented for a short while (a few days?). At first, the Magisk developer, John Wu, sounded quite pessimistic ...
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What are the alternatives for Xposed framework on Pie? Preferably without triggering Safety Net?

Relatively new entries on the scene are SPatch (Beta) (tried) and perhaps a lesser popular Xpatch. What is SPatch ? Let devices without root or bootloader unlock to use Xposed framework! SPatch is a ...
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Phone stucked while booting with moto logo

You need to uninstall suhide. There is an uninstaller. Check this post: https://forum.xda-developers.com/apps/supersu/suhide-t3450396 And scroll to the downloads section. Download the file with 'rm'...
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Hiding root from banking app in 2021

You don't need all of those modules and apps (though XprivacyLua is needed) I can totally understand your situation so I'll explain what i did for myself. Just follow step by step and it'll work. ...
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How to install EdXposed on Android 11? What about safety net?

Like I mentioned in the question, a major problem with EdXposed is lack of documentation. There is an [OFFICIAL] EdXposed - The successor of Xposed [Oreo/Pie/Q/R, 2020/07/19] thread opened by ...
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Bypassing advanced root / modded framework detection

Proof that it works: I wanted to be sure that this solution works before I adopt it. There is this Vietnamese banking app which I don't use being an Indian but was a test case since it evades "...
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