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  • [GUIDE] Install magisk and pass safetynet (protected apps fix) for GT1_701N0/702N0

    Hi all,
    For two days I tried to pass successfully safetynet and make my pay per view app (timvision) working on GT1.
    Since the new firmware GT1_702N0 has selinux enabled in permissive we can pass safetynet with magisk.

    BOTH THE GUIDES CONFIRMED TO WORK WITH GT1_705N0

    New guide:
    Needed:
    - Unsu https://forum.xda-developers.com/att...2&d=1508717474
    - Busybox uninstaller(modded by me from Phil3759 work on Samsungs) https://drive.google.com/file/d/1oPV...ew?usp=sharing
    - Magisk 14.0 zip (or latest)
    - "Universal Safetynet Fix"(USNF), latest beta version with magisk 14 hotfix
    - Selinux Enforcer https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WOB...ew?usp=sharing

    Optional:
    - busybox by osm0sis' (in magisk repository)
    - HDMI Virtyal Switch (apk)

    Boot into TWRP and flash: Unsu, busybox uninstaller, Magisk, USNF and then Selinux Enforcer.
    Reboot and enjoy.

    Old Guide(pre-TWRP)
    Mandatory:
    - Magisk 14.0 (or latest)
    - "Universal Safetynet Fix", latest beta version with magisk 14 hotfix
    - Selinux Enforcer https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WOB...ew?usp=sharing

    Optional:
    - busybox by osm0sis' (in magisk repository)
    - HDMI Virtyal Switch (apk)

    1) Install Busybox by meefik from the Play Store.
    2) Open the app and uninstall busybox.
    3) Download the official magisk and extract the magisk manager app.
    4) Install the extracted magisk manager app.
    5) Open the magisk manager and select, in boot image path, "/dev/block/boot". Then click "Donwload and install". Reboot manually (after it asks to reboot).
    6) Use a root manager, go in /system/sbin and delete all except "dexlist".
    7) Install "Universal Safetynet fix" module on magisk. Reboot.
    8) Install "Selinux Enforcer" module on magisk and reboot again.
    9) Now you should pass safetynet and have Magisk.
    Obviously you have to activate MagiskHide from Magisk Manager Settings!

    Apps like now tv, need to virtually turn off the hdmi connection. Install HDMI Virtual Switch and use it.(This app can make some problem with others... In Italy timvision stop to work using this app and you need to restore your original build.prop to make it work.

    If you need the busybox simply install it from the magisk repo.

    Hope I helped somebody.
    Sorry for my poor english...

    Thanks to:
    - Topjohnwu for magisk
    - osm0sis' for Unsu
    - Phil3759 for the busybox uninstaller
    - Deic for USNF
    Last edited by Aldo_97; 11-09-2017, 15:16.

  • #2
    Thanks, I will give a try. I need to get TV app tatasky working.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by bjyjhn View Post
      Thanks, I will give a try. I need to get TV app tatasky working.
      You're welcome.
      I updated the guide, if you have trouble write here.

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      • #4
        hi, I found your post, I have the same problem: use TIM VISION on a rooted ABOX A1 plus.

        I followed these steps:
        1) started from a rooted box with standard recovery
        2) mounted system in rw
        3) uninstall busybox and verified on filesystem on /system/xbin
        4) modified with build prop from test-keys to release-keys
        5) unrooted from superuser app using clean settings
        6) verified on filesystem the absent of /system/xbin/su
        7) deleted from /system/xbin all links to busybox
        8) rebooted
        9) installed tim vision
        -> black screen seeing a film
        10) installed magisk 14.3 from twrp + safetynet module
        11) tested magisk from 3 differents root checker: all passed (no root found)
        12) tested safetynet from 3 diverse apps: all passed
        13) reinstalled timvision from apkpure
        -> tested again: same black screen on movie

        I have no more ideas... please suggest me.
        thanks

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        • #5
          Originally posted by modenet View Post
          hi, I found your post, I have the same problem: use TIM VISION on a rooted ABOX A1 plus.

          I followed these steps:
          1) started from a rooted box with standard recovery
          2) mounted system in rw
          3) uninstall busybox and verified on filesystem on /system/xbin
          4) modified with build prop from test-keys to release-keys
          5) unrooted from superuser app using clean settings
          6) verified on filesystem the absent of /system/xbin/su
          7) deleted from /system/xbin all links to busybox
          8) rebooted
          9) installed tim vision
          -> black screen seeing a film
          10) installed magisk 14.3 from twrp + safetynet module
          11) tested magisk from 3 differents root checker: all passed (no root found)
          12) tested safetynet from 3 diverse apps: all passed
          13) reinstalled timvision from apkpure
          -> tested again: same black screen on movie

          I have no more ideas... please suggest me.
          thanks
          I'll check... I have no time now... However I have this problem too

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Aldo_97 View Post

            I'll check... I have no time now... However I have this problem too
            oh my god! also you? I thought that you resolved with magisk

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            • #7
              Originally posted by modenet View Post

              oh my god! also you? I thought that you resolved with magisk
              It was working well but one week ago it stopped to work... Don't know of it is related to the new update of the Rom or to an update of Timvision... However I'll work on it...

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              • #8
                Originally posted by modenet View Post

                oh my god! also you? I thought that you resolved with magisk
                Found the problem (at least for me TV box)... Use a terminal emulator and do :
                "su" (without quote)
                "setenforce enforcing"
                Then force close timvision and try. Let me know if it works also for you..
                Remember that you need to do that every reboot, tomorrow I'll see a "permanent" way to make it work without that command. I think a Magisk module can handle this..

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                • #9
                  Ok thanks forum your reply.
                  I have a doubt: if I remove su (point 5 and 6 in my previous post) how can I launch su?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by modenet View Post
                    Ok thanks forum your reply.
                    I have a doubt: if I remove su (point 5 and 6 in my previous post) how can I launch su?
                    If you have Magisk installed (and it works) there are no problems...

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by modenet View Post
                      Ok thanks forum your reply.
                      I have a doubt: if I remove su (point 5 and 6 in my previous post) how can I launch su?
                      I had a problem yesterday night... I built the module but timvision stopped to work because of HDMI Virtual Switch so I preferred to clean flash my TV box and install Magisk via TWRP(I'm updating the guide)... This is the Magisk module... Enjoy your Timvision

                      ​​​​​
                      Spero sia stato di aiuto, ieri ho provato a fare il modulo ma quell'app per l'HDMI si č attivata da sola e mi ha rovinato il build.prop...in qualunque caso lo zip che ti mando funziona perfettamente. Fammi sapere

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Aldo_97 View Post

                        Found the problem (at least for me TV box)... Use a terminal emulator and do :
                        "su" (without quote)
                        "setenforce enforcing"
                        Then force close timvision and try. Let me know if it works also for you..
                        Remember that you need to do that every reboot, tomorrow I'll see a "permanent" way to make it work without that command. I think a Magisk module can handle this..
                        after launch it my abox a1 plus freeze, I have to unplug to reboot

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Aldo_97 View Post

                          I had a problem yesterday night... I built the module but timvision stopped to work because of HDMI Virtual Switch so I preferred to clean flash my TV box and install Magisk via TWRP(I'm updating the guide)... This is the Magisk module... Enjoy your Timvision

                          ​​​​​
                          Spero sia stato di aiuto, ieri ho provato a fare il modulo ma quell'app per l'HDMI si č attivata da sola e mi ha rovinato il build.prop...in qualunque caso lo zip che ti mando funziona perfettamente. Fammi sapere
                          I install anyway your module and now my box enter in boot loop...

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by modenet View Post

                            I install anyway your module and now my box enter in boot loop...
                            Find Magiskmount on xda and flash it... Then go, in file manager, to /magisk/ and delete the folder selinuxenforcer... Then reboot, it should solve the bootloop... However it is strange... I don't know how to solve your problem with Timvision because I have not a a1plus...

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                            • #15
                              Hi, I resolved flashing again the firmware.. is necessary for tim vision to have setenforce enforcing to use tim vision?

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