How to Pass SafetyNet in Rooted Google Pixel 6A _ Easy Method 2022

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In this guide, we’ll show you the steps to bypass SafetyNet on your rooted Pixel 6A. The latest addition to the Pixel family has just made its way and has already created quite a stir in the tech community. Offering the same basic chipset as the 6 and its Pro variant, it also offers a very impressive camera, which has been the USP of Pixel devices since day one.

Rooting your device will also trip the SafetyNet flag. This will result in you being unable to try banking and payment apps and games like Pokémon Go. However, using a nifty trick [changing the Evaluation Type from Hardware_Backed to Basic] you can easily pass Safety Net on your rooted Pixel 6A. And in this guide, we’ll show you how to do just that. Follow along.

How to Pass SafetyNet in Rooted Google Pixel 6A

The instructions given below are listed in separate sections for ease of understanding. Make sure to follow the same order as mentioned. Pixelroms.com and its members will not be held responsible in the event of a thermonuclear war, your alarm does not wake you up, or if something happens to your device and data by performing the following steps.

STEP 1: Install Riru Module on Google Pixel 6A

  1. Download the Riru Module from GitHub and transfer it to your device.
  2. Then launch the Magisk App and go to the Modules section.
  3. After that, tap on Installation from Storage, select the module, and hit Installation.
  4. Once done, tap on the Reboot button that appears at the bottom right.

STEP 2: Flash Universal SafetyNet Fix on Google Pixel 6A

Next up, you will have to flash the latest version of the USNF (Universal SafetyNet Fix) module via Magisk. So refer to the below steps to try it out:

  1. To begin with, download the USNF module and transfer it to your device: safetynet-fix-v2.2.0. [Check for Latest Version]
  2. Then install the Magisk App onto your device. As of now, it is recommended to install the Canary build.
  3. Now launch the Magisk App and go to the Modules section.
  4. Then tap on Install from storage, navigate to the safetynet fix module and select it.
  5. The flashing shall now begin and would take a few seconds. Once done, reboot your device for the module to be active.

STEP 3: Enforce Deny List and Enable Zygisk on Google Pixel 6A

Deny List is the new name for Magisk Hide. For the uninitiated, this is a feature that allows you to hide root from various apps installed on your device. So let’s first enable this Deny List and then configure it as needed.

  1. Launch the Magisk App onto your device
  2. Then tap on the Settings icon situated at the top right.
  3. Now enable the toggle next to Zygisk and Enforce Deny List.
  4. Now restart your device for the changes to take place. Then launch Magisk and make sure it says YES next to Zygisk.

STEP 4: Configure Deny List on Google Pixel 6A

Deny List is the new name for Magisk Hide. For the uninitiated, this is a feature that allows you to hide root from various apps installed on your device. So let’s first enable this Deny List and then configure it as needed.

  • Under the Magisk Settings menu, tap on Configure Deny List.
  • Now, select the desired user apps in order to hide root from them [optional].
  • After that, tap on the overflow icon situated at the top right and select Show System App.
  • Now checkmark Google Play Protect Services, Google Play Services, Google Play Store. and Google Service Framework.

STEP 5: Hide the Magisk App on Google Pixel 6A

Some apps not only check the SafetyNet flag, but also confirm whether the Magisk app is installed on your device or not. So, let’s hide this app so that it reinstalls itself with a different package name. Follow along.

  1. To begin with, launch the Magisk App on your device.
  2. Then tap on the gear icon situated at the top right to access its Settings menu.
  3. Then go to Hide the Magisk App option and let the feature do its job.
  4. Once done, it will ask whether you wish to have the app shortcut on the home screen.
  5. For ease of convenience, you may select Yes and then tap on the Add to Home Screen button.

STEP 6: Install MagiskHide Props Config on Google Pixel 6A

  1. Download MagiskHide Props Config from GitHub/XDA and transfer it to your device.
  2. Then launch the Magisk App onto your device.
  3. After that, tap on Install from Storage, select the Module, and hit Install.
  4. Once the installation is complete, hit the Reboot button situated at the bottom right.

STEP 7: Force Basic Attestation on Google Pixel 6A

We will now be starting with the implementation of the BASIC attestation on top of the hardware-based so that it becomes easier to bypass. Here’s how it could be done:

  1. First off, install any terminal emulator app on your device (such as the Termux app).
  2. Now launch it and type in the below command:su -c props
  3. You will now get a Superuser Request, tap Grant.
  4. It shall now launch the MagiskHide Props Config within the terminal itself. Type in 2 [Force BASIC Key Attestation] and hit Enter.
  5. This shall take you to the Force BASIC Key Attestation page. In my testing, Pixel 3 with Android 10 spelled out success. So let’s select that one only.
  6. So type in d [Yes, pick value from device list] and hit Enter. Then type in 7 [Google] and press Enter. After that, type 18 [Google Pixel 3] and hit Enter.
  7. It will now ask you to confirm the selected value, type y [YES], and hit Enter. Then type in 2 to select Android version 10.
  8. Finally, you will have to reboot the device. So type y [YES] and press Enter.

STEP 8: Delete Google Service Play Store Data

  1. Head over to Settings > Apps > See All Apps and go to the Google Play Service app.
  2. Go to its Storage and Cache section and tap on Manage Space.
  3. Then tap on Clear All Data followed by OK in the confirmation dialog box.
  4. Once that is done, go to the Google Play Store app’s Storage and Cache section.
  5. After that, tap on Clear Storage followed by OK in the confirmation dialog box.

STEP 9: Check SafetyNet Result on Rooted Google Pixel 6A

  1. Download YASNAC from the Play Store and install it onto your device.
  2. Then launch the app and tap on Run SafetyNet Attestation.
  3. You should now get the Pass result under both the basicIntegrity and ctsProfile sections.

So with that, you have successfully passed SafetyNet on your connected Pixel 6A. If you have any queries regarding the above steps, let us know in the comments. We will contact you with a solution as soon as possible.