Google SafetyNet is an API that checks whether or not a device is alright and in a good state. When the SafetyNet is tripped, you won’t be able to use most of the financial apps such as Google Pay and you will also now be able to play some games that include Pokémon Go and Mario Kart Tour. Installing EdXposed might have triggered SafetyNet, so this guide is a fix to that. Here’s how to make Android pass SafetyNet with EdXposed installed.
Make Android pass SafetyNet with EdXposed installed
This tutorial is for those who tried to fix the passing issue by uninstalling EdXposed. Follow the steps below.
Step 1: Blacklist / Whitelist Option
This option needs to be enabled inside the EdXposed Installer app before you can get the EdXposed to pass SafetyNet. It is hidden by default as it is a critical setting and should only be used under certain circumstances.
Open the EdXposed Installer and then tap on the menu icon located on the left. Select EdXp Settings and find the Black / White list option. Enable the option by tapping on the toggle next to it.
Step 2: Blacklist Google Services
Once enabled, tap on the Black / White list section. Here, you need to add 3 Google services to make sure EdXposed does not trip SafetyNet.
Search for google play services, google play store and google services framework from the search bar on the top. Tap on the checkbox next to google play services, google play store and google services framework. After all three of the items have been added to the blacklist, reboot your Android.
Step 3: Check SafetyNet Status
After the device is booted, open the Magisk Manager app and tap on the arrow beside Tap to start SafetyNet check. On the first try, it will probably fail, but try again and it should pass. It’s better to close the app after the first try and open again it again for the second try.
You can use this workaround until EdXposed developers can fix the app’s issue with Google SafetyNet. This is not a permanent fix as it may randomly fail the text at times.