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Google Play Services To Block Rooted Android Devices

This new coming system from Google has really startled everyone concerning those who had rooted their Android smartphones. Not long ago, Netflix blocked users who are using rooted phones to access their application and a lot of people were angry about it. Meanwhile, rooting of phones gives the user full control and permission to access some extra features and claim full ownership of their devices.

Rooting was a thing many people does but now, Google latest Android versions will come with all the features we need. So, everything had already been made easy.

Now, the latest news which seems bad is that Google has updated their Google Play Console, as updated during Google IO 2017, includes a Safety Net toggle. This toggle allows developers to add some features that is compatible with the app they make, and others to be kicked out.

Safety Net Attestation checks for the following Device Status markers:

1. Certified, genuine device that passes CTS
2. Certified device with unlocked bootloader
3. Genuine but un-certified device, such as when the manufacturer doesn’t apply for certification
4. Device with custom ROM (not rooted)
5. Emulator
6. No device (protocol emulator script)
7. Signs of system integrity compromise, such as rooting
8. Signs of other active attacks, such as API hooking

If your Android device is rooted, or an emulator, has an unlocked bootloader, or half a dozen other similar, related elements – it will automatically fail the integrity test. You won’t be able to access some major apps from the playstore except otherwise sideloaded.

You can as well use a custom ROM because you are free to download from third-party sites and sideload it into your device.

What do you have to say about this?


  1. abdulrahman yusuf abdulrahman yusuf June 5, 2017

    dis is a really big blow to some of us who have our phones rooted,I hope third party sides will provide us d apks and other files we need,also oga prex does that mean we wouldn't b able to download an app from playstore

  2. Akinremi Seun Akinremi Seun June 5, 2017

    This is no good development. I love rooting bcos it gives me full control & ownership of my phone. I can't panic though, mr prex will provide us a bridge to this dis-development

  3. Ebenco Real Ebenco Real June 6, 2017

    This is Good one to some people and not gud one to some people well I fink am safe nc info!!! so meaning dat rooted phone will b limited or wat

  4. Jeftech Jeftech June 6, 2017

    hackers are everywhere
    can't do without a rooted phone

  5. Lekan Lekan June 6, 2017

    I think they believe people using rooted Android phones to access the file store would be able to download paid apps/files for free. This is not new because i am doing it also.

  6. Lorenzo Lorenzo June 6, 2017

    No matter how hard they tried to secure their systems crackers will still look for a way out. Moreover they taught us lwkmd in fact prex blog will also give us alternative way


    So to root na crime, anyway sha I get other appstores like apkpure , mobogiene, blackmart and others

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