Automatically Bypass Pokemon Go Root Detection using AutoMagisk

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As you may or may not know, Niantic has stopped Pokemon Go support for all rooted and jailbreak devices meaning that you canít run Pokemon Go on rooted devices. However, thanks to Magisk we are now able to play Pokemon Go easily but it might get bothersome when you have to constantly toggle On and Off.

So keeping this in mind, developer Kieron Quinn also known as Quinny898 and Mighty Quinn Apps has created AutoMagisk an application that disables Magisk Managerís root access when you open certain applications like Pokemon Go and re-enable it when you exit the application.

So, if you have used Magisk in the past then now is the time to start using AutoMagisk. AutoMagisk is pretty simple to use and after installing it, just enable the accessibility service for it and allow it to obtain root through prompt. Whenever you open Pokemon Go or Android Pay or any other app that uses SafetyNet API a notification pop ups informing that root has been disabled for this application.

So, if you are interested and want to learn how to bypass Pokemon Go Root Detecting through AutoMagisk 1.0 then follow the steps.

Download AutoMagisk 1.0

download automagisk for rooted device

Once installed, run the application. You can see a check on Android Pay and Pokemon Go already.

bypass pokemon go root detection using Automagisk

Now Run Pokemon Go. When you start the game, a notification pop ups informing that the root has been disabled.

Now, Play Pokemon Go. When you exit the application you will see another notification that the root has been enabled.
Thatís it. You have AutoMagisk successfully installed and working on your device. The application will work properly on any device compatible with Magisk. If you are trying it for the first time then you need to know that this application needs unlocked bootloader, unmodified system and Android 5.0. So far users are quite satisfied with this new application. If you have any questions do let us know in the comments.