Pokemon GO and root access in CM13.1

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  • #10814

    willeo
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    Hello everyone,

    Any experiences of the latest Pokemon GO 0.37, expected to block users with root access?

    Any proven workarounds for TSL CM 13.1?

    Namely, my kids use CM13.1 for Pokemon GO, and I’d rather be proactive now in order to avoid an ultimate outcry. (Shame on you, Niantic!)

    Some discussion:
    https://www.reddit.com/r/TheSilphRoad/comments/525iwt/i_may_have_found_a_workaround_for_the_pok%C3%A9mon_go/

    #10825

    tuanhung303
    Participant

    I found that unroot then reroot with Magisk is much harder on CM13 than AOSPA. However, I got boot loop when trying to implement Magisk Systemless root on AOSPA while it is possible to do full systemless superuser on MIUI 8.

    I guess the AOSPA rom relies on some Super User modules.

    Hope TS team can help us.

    #10832

    addelol
    Participant

    How you unroot on CM13, any method don’t works for me really

    #10841

    ding-dong
    Participant

    Hi TS,

    Me and other users of cm 13.1 would like to ask if theres a chance to hide root of the rom or maybe how to play pokemon go in cm 13.1 on rooted device like we have (Mi4c)

    Hoping and Looking forward for a response to this kind of problem.

    Thanks! and awesome team! Thumb UP!

    #10845

    ding-dong
    Participant

    i want to ask TS if this link in youtube will work on cm 13.1 with super su and exposed installed?

    thanks!

    #10855

    bankov
    Participant

    I managed to remove root very easy, and the game now works for me.
    All you need is root browser and supersu from the store.
    1. download them
    2. Open supersu and grand root accsess
    3.Open Root browser and go to system/xbin and delete busybox and su files
    4. Go to supersu and from setting make full unroot. Maybe the app will crash.
    5. You are done, no need to restart.

    #10860

    asurus
    Participant

    Ok i have unrooted my phone. How can i get back root?

    #10861

    bankov
    Participant

    Just flash the latest rom( no wipes) like update and you are back on with root.

    #10862

    Frolax
    Participant

    Hi, I’ve found what you can unroot by installing SuperSU app (with enabled root in developer options of the phone), and then choosing Full unroot in SuperSU and rebooting. After that PokemonGo works, but root access is lost, so I don’t really like this option. Tried to install Magisk, but it results in a bootloop, maybe because my CM13.1 is dirty flashed to earlier build, anyone tried it with a clean and latest CM?

    #10863

    ding-dong
    Participant

    is this gonna work if you also have exposed framework installed?

    #10864

    asurus
    Participant

    Ok latestet rom flashing could be an option 😀
    That about Omni and AOSPA? Work your method with them too?
    After i unroot, can i root again with SuperSU in TS extra?

    #10865

    Frolax
    Participant

    It should from that I’ve heard (do not have Exposed installed), but you can’t change/add new modules because it requires a root.

    #10866

    Frolax
    Participant

    Using only CM13, so we need someone else’s help with other ROMs)
    SuperSU needs root to be functional, so after unrooting you have to reroot by other means first (reflash ROM or use rooting app like Kingroot).

    #10867

    asurus
    Participant

    Does anyone already tested?

    #10878

    fuckoff
    Participant

    I read that the bootloop might be caused by the boot.img not being compressed with gzip. Not sure what validity this claim has, but there is a issue on the MagiskManager github page (https://github.com/topjohnwu/MagiskManager/issues/6). Regardless I also get a bootloop when flashing Magisk.

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