How to pass SafetyNet on a rooted Google Pixel 7a

Google recently released the Google Pixel 7a and it comes with a long list of exciting features and specifications. One of the areas that the smartphone excels in is custom development.

On a rooted Google Pixel 7a, you will be able to welcome abode a whole host of custom development options and hundreds of tweaks. However, it comes with a potential risk as well. On a rooted Google Pixel 7a, there is a potential of tripping the SafetyNet. This could result in an inability to use baking and payment apps.

However, there is still a workaround that will help you bypass SafetyNet on a rooted Google Pixel 7a and this guide will tell you that. In this guide, you will get to know how to pass SafetyNet on a rooted Google Pixel 7a.

How to pass SafetyNet on a rooted Google Pixel 7a

How to pass SafetyNet on a rooted Google Pixel 7a

Step 1: Hide Magisk app

  • Launch the Magisk App and then select the settings icon located at the top right
  • After that, tap on Hide the Magisk App -> Enable the toggle next to “Allow apps from this source”
  • Assign a random name to this Magisk app and then hit OK
  • It’ll ask for a home-screen shortcut and then tap OK

Step 2: Enable Systemless Hosts

  • Launch the Magisk app and then tap on the settings icon at the top right
  • Now, tap on Systemless hosts
  • Now, head over to the Modules section and then verify if it has been added

Step 3: Enable Zygisk

  • Launch the Magisk app and then tap on the settings icon at the top right
  • Now, enable the toggle next to Zygisk before restarting your Google Pixel 7a
  • Launch Magisk and ensure that it says “YES” next to Zygisk

Step 4: Configure Denylist

Denylist is the new name for the Magisk Hide option. You can use this function to hide root from the desired apps.

  • Launch the Magisk app and then tap on the settings icon at the top right
  • Enable the toggle beside Enforce Deny list and then tap on Configure Denylist
  • Expand the following apps and then checkmark all its services –
Google Play Service

Google Play Store

Google Service Framework

Google Play Protect Service
  • Now, do the same for the banking/payment apps of your choice

Step 5: Flash Universal SafetyNet Fix module

  • Download the Universal SafetyNet Fix module –

SafetyNet_Fix_module_v2.3.1-MOD_3.0

  • Now, launch Magisk and head over to the Modules section before tapping on Install from Storage
  • Navigate to the downloaded safetynet module before selecting it
  • It’ll be flashed
  • Once done, you should hit Reboot

Step 6: Delete data

  • Go to Settings -> Apps and select Google Play Service
  • After that, go to the Storage section and then tap on Manage Space -> Clear all data
  • After that, you should delete the data of Google Play Protect Service and Google Play Store
  • Now, you should tap on the overflow icon located at the top right and then select Show System
  • This would bring up the select apps
  • Now, choose Google Service Framework and then delete its data
  • Lastly, delete the data of the banking/payment apps from which you’ve hidden root
  • Once it is done, restart your rooted Google Pixel 7a

Step 7: Check SafetyNet test results

  • Download and install the YASNAC app from Google Play Store
  • Now, launch the app and then tap on Run SafetyNet Attestation
  • You will now get Pass under both the Basic Integrity and CTS Profile Match options

In conclusion – following steps laid out above lets have best both worlds: being able modify our smartphones way want without having give up essential services such payments /banking provided everything done safely responsibly course!.

Aviral Sharma
Aviral Sharma
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Aviral Sharma is a talented and passionate writer who has been using words to express his thoughts ever since he learned how to hold a pen. He is passionate about outer space, history, sports, and most importantly, technology. Aviral has been a regular writer for rootmygalaxy for over 6 years and has been covering games and Android guides. He currently owns a Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra, an iPhone 13, and a HP Pavilion laptop.

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