Useful guide to play Pokémon GO (0.37+) on a rooted Android with Magisk

Useful guide to play Pokémon GO (0.37+) on a rooted Android with Magisk

If you follow Android Police, there's a good chance you've got a rooted device, whether it be an easy-to-root Nexus or something like a Galaxy that takes more effort to do so. It's also very possible that you play Pokémon GO, which can probably be considered the fad of the year. For those of you who fall into both of those categories, you're probably frustrated that with the latest version (0.37), you'll now be forbidden from playing the game on your phone, just because some no-gooders used GPS spoofing and/or Xposed modules to get ahead. Even RootCloak doesn't work. Not to worry though, as there's a fairly simple way to circumvent this block.

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Magisk is a mod developed by XDA user topjohnwu, who is also responsible for the systemless Xposed flashable zip. Essentially, Magisk (which is short for Magic Mask) "aims to overcome these difficulties [of systemless mods] and create a universal interface for everyone to develop and use systemless mods."

Magisk first gained some popularity when it was discovered that it could enable Android Pay on rooted devices, due to its ability to go around the SafetyNet API. Since Pokémon GO also uses the SafetyNet API, several users have found out that Magisk works for it as well.
To use Magisk, you'll need a device with an unlocked bootloader. topjohnwu recommends that your device be restored to a stock system and boot. If you can't do that, you must fully remove any form of root access and Xposed. You will need a custom recovery. For this guide, I'll be using a Moto X Pure Edition on Android 6.0 Marshmallow that has been rooted with SuperSU v2.78 and has TWRP 3.0.2-2 to demonstrate how to unroot and get rid of Xposed.
To flash this uninstaller, you must enter your custom recovery. For the Moto X PE (it'll differ for every device, Google how to enter recovery), power off the device, then hold the volume down button and power button together to enter the bootloader. From there, use the volume buttons to scroll to "Recovery", and press power to boot you into whichever custom recovery you have installed. In your custom recovery, hit "Install", navigate to your Download folder, and flash the uninstaller. After that, click "Wipe cache/dalvik", then "Reboot system". It'll take a while for the apps to finish optimizing.

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