How to Pass SafetyNet on Rooted Samsung Galaxy S23 Series devices

In the custom development scene, Samsung often doesn’t get the credit that it deserves. Samsung remains one of the most active members in custom development and the Samsung Galaxy S23 Series is no different. If you’ve got an Ultra variant, you can carry out a wide variety of tweaks and get the most out of your device. However, this is only possible if you have rooted Samsung Galaxy S23 Series devices.

Even though it has been a few days since the series was launched, the rooting binary has already gone live while a custom recovery is in development too. Once you have the administrative privilege via Magisk patched AP, you can enjoy numerous mods on your device. However, you could end up tripping the SafetyNet flag, which can result in an inability to use certain apps.

However, as opposed to Knox, you can deal with such issues easily by easily passing SafetyNet on your rooted device. In this guide, you will get to know how to pass SafetyNet on rooted Samsung Galaxy S23 Series devices.

How to pass SafetyNet on rooted Samsung Galaxy S23/S23+/S23 Ultra devices without Magisk Hide Props Config

How to Pass SafetyNet on Rooted Samsung Galaxy S23 Series devices

Step 1: Hide the Magisk app

  • Launch the Magisk app and then tap on the settings icon present at the top-right corner
  • Now, tap on Hide the Magisk App and enable the toggle next to “Allow apps from this source”
  • After that, you should assign a new random name to this app and then hit OK
  • It will ask for a home-screen shortcut and you’ll need to tap OK

Rooting Guide: How to Root Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra using Magisk

Step 2: Enable systemless hosts

  • Now, launch the Magisk App and then tap on the settings icon located at the top right
  • After that, tap on Systemless Hosts and go to the Modules to verify that it has been added

Step 3: Enable the Zygisk toggle

  • You need to launch the Magisk app and then tap on the Settings icon at the top right
  • Now, enable the toggle beside Zygisk and then restart your smartphone
  • Launch Magisk and then ensure it says YES next to Zygisk

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Step 4: Configure Denylist

Denylist is the new name for the Magisk Hide option. You can use this function to hide the 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 –

  • 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 the 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 Galaxy S23 Series device

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

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