Guide to Play Pokemon Go On Rooted Device With Magisk Manager

Guide to Play Pokemon Go On Rooted Device With Magisk Manager

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Pokemon Go is the most popular Smartphone of this year launched in Apple iPhone and android device. Users love this game and addicted to this game. Pokemon Go available in Android Google Play store and apple Itunes Store. These games need to go outdoor to play the game you need to collect Pokeball from your area by walking travelling. but android users using Pokemon Go modded app or other Xposed Modules. that will auto navigate the GPS and you can collect Pokeball easily at your home. But now in Pokemon Go update you cant play the game in rooted device you need to unroot the device. But here is the trick you can play Pokemon Go On Rooted Device With Magisk Manager and phh’s SuperUser so let’s go to the guide. You can also check pokevision alternative

Preparation :- 

  • First Do a full backup from TWRP recovery .
  • Unroot the device 

To unroot your device open SuperSU -> Settings tab -> Full unroot.

  • Disable xposed module for temporary
  • Download Magisk and phh’s SuperUser and Magisk Manager v1.2 .
  • Read The Guide .

⇓⇓Downloads⇓⇓

Magisk mod

phh’s SuperUser

Magisk Manager v1.2

Guide to Play Pokemon Go On Rooted Device:-

Step 1 -> Read Preparation Unroot the device Uninstall Super Su or King Root.

Step 2 -> Download “Magisk mod” and “phh’s SuperUser” flashable zip file .

Step 3 -> Flash “Magisk mod” and “phh’s SuperUser” with TWRP or Cwm custom recovery It will Root the device with Magisk mod .

Step 4 -> Clear Cache and reboot .

Step 5 -> Download “Magisk Manager v1.2” apk and install it .

Step 6 -> Clear Pokemon Go data Enable xposed modules and open Magisk Manager turn off Root.

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when you want catch Pokeball and turn on when it done with Magisk Manager .

 

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