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[SOLVED] Does anyone know how to remove root detection on the DBZ Dokkan Battle

Discussion in 'Android Help' started by Coleh, Jan 22, 2016.

  1. Coleh

    Coleh Lurker
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    There is an APP on the global market going by the name of Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle. Of course, it is translated from the Japanese version of the app, which is easy to access through QooApp (image of SSJ Goku). My question is, does anyone know how people go about remove root detection on the app? Here's the link. **mod removed** I can only imagine this is a fairly difficult request to ask of you, but the people who make it have said they won't make a guide on how to do it because too many users are not power users, and would become confused and messing something up during the process causing havoc. If anyone could teach me or point me in the right direction it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

     


    #1 Coleh, Jan 22, 2016
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    Post #8 by HasH_BrowN, Jan 23, 2016 (4 points)

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  3. Mikestony

    Mikestony ~30% Carbon Black ±
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  4. Brian706

    Brian706 I like turtles!
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    Are you saying that the Dragon Ball Z app you downloaded is asking you for root access? If your device is rooted, you can simply deny root access to an app when prompted but no game should need root access.

    If you are downloading a game from a 3rd party source and it's asking you for root, uninstall it immediately. That's bad news and the app was likely modified by someone with nefarious purposes and redistributed. The app is free on the Play Store per @Mikestony 's link. Is there any reason you cannot download the app from there?


    Or are you saying that you are rooted and the app won't work on a rooted device? If that's the case, you might be able to install the xposed framework and use a module like root cloak to hide the fact that your device is rooted.
     
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  5. Hadron

    Hadron Smoke me a kipper...
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    That's how I understood the question.
     
  6. thehedgedog

    thehedgedog Newbie

    I think he means that this app is requesting for root permission, so the app is "detecting" his device's root access; but he wants to hide it, so there will be no prompt for root request.
     
  7. ThePhizzle

    ThePhizzle Well-Known Member

    I think he's talking about certain apps give a warning when installed saying it detected an altercation or a patch that might affect gameplay meaning they might hack the game for The purchisable items not allowing them to get past this message and therefore closing that apk and I don't suggest using the lucky patcher because it morally and economically wrong but you can always just unroot your device if you want to play that had been saying that I wish you good luck!
     
    #6 ThePhizzle, Jan 22, 2016
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  8. Coleh

    Coleh Lurker
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  9. HasH_BrowN

    HasH_BrowN Android Expert

    @Coleh
    You can hide root using Xposed framework and then use ROOT CLOAK module. You can hide any app from root.


    Description directly from Xposed repository:

    "This allows you to run apps that detect root without disabling root. You select from a list of your installed apps (or add a custom entry), and using a variety of methods, it will completely hide root from that app. This includes hiding the su binary, superuser/supersu apks, processes run by root, and more."

    XDA support
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/xposed/modules/mod-rootcloak-completely-hide-root-t2574647
    Repository
    http://repo.xposed.info/module/com.devadvance.rootcloak2
     
    #8 HasH_BrowN, Jan 23, 2016
    Last edited: Jan 23, 2016
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  10. Coleh

    Coleh Lurker
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    Thank you very much! Fixed my problem!
     
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  11. HasH_BrowN

    HasH_BrowN Android Expert

    Please select as best answer so other people will see they can use this as well for their phones. I waited a long time for this module, it's very handy. Enjoy.

    Not needing the best answer, but it is good to see questions that have answers. Makes searching easier.
     
  12. Hawaiian_Flex

    Hawaiian_Flex Lurker

    Where did you download them?
     
  13. HasH_BrowN

    HasH_BrowN Android Expert

    See post #8 above.
     
  14. oshae993

    oshae993 Lurker

    Hi i tried using rootcloak but supersu never ask to grant rootcloak permission when i use it and everytime i open dbz dokkan battle i get the root message. Is there anyway to force rootcloak to ask supersu for permission?

    P.S i used added rootchecker to my rootcloak list to see if it hid root and it did not. Afterwards i downloaded Root Hide and opened it and supersu immediately asked for permission. I tried hiding with that app and root checker verified that it was hidden but dbz dokkan still popped up the root error.
     
  15. oshae993

    oshae993 Lurker

    Found a work around but still would like to know why my roothide isnt working on dbz dokkan app.

    Theres someone who mods the jp dbz dokkan apk file for root access and post them here
     
  16. Phil Dalton

    Phil Dalton Lurker

    You could always try visiting DBZ.SPACE they have remove root dectection for both Global and Japan versions
     
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