Magisk Module to bypass SafetyNet check

Rooting is the process of allowing users running the Android mobile operating system to attain privileged control over various Android subsystems. Rooting simply grants you superuser access. A superuser is an administrator who has access to more features and functions of a system and can also make changes to it beyond its standard behaviour. This basically grants more access to the operating system, which means more power over how the device works, but it also brings with it a greater potential to do damage to the device’s proper operation.

However, Rooting is no new thing in the android community. Since the development of the Android Operating System, users are rooting their devices so as to get complete control over their Android devices. Everything was fine till android marshmallow was released to the public. With android marshmallow, Google gave control to the developers of apps to choose to allow or stop running the app on rooted devices. From that instance, many Play Store apps are stopped working on rooted devices.

SafetyNet check detects if the system has been tampered with and blocks certain apps from working properly. Google Pay, Pokemon GO and Netflix are a few examples. SafetyNet is an important security measure, but it can be overly aggressive sometimes.

How to use Google Pay on rooted device
Google Pay declined on a rooted device
But do not worry if your device is rooted! Just follow this guide and you’ll be fine.
Disclaimer: We are not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards, thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. We also, do not support hacking/altering any other apps with your root powers.

How to Install SafetyNet Bypass Mod:

Here’s a detailed guide on how to use Google Pay and other apps on your rooted device:
Before proceeding, make sure you have Magisk Manager installed. (Click here for a guide on how to install magisk manager.)
  • Download and install Magisk v17 or higher.
  • Download the PetNoire’s SafetyNet Spoofer zip file.
  • Flash it via TWRP or Magisk Manager in-app flasher.
  • Reboot your device.
Credits
@Deic – the original creator of universal-safetynet-fix and
@PetNoire – porting it to magisk 17