Google has issued an update to SafetyNet so that you can no longer use tools like SuHide and Magisk to hide your phone's root status. Several rooted Pokemon Go players are reporting being unable to play now.
A new update to Pokemon Go is rolling out now and bringing a handful of bug fixes and some big new features like Buddy Pokemon. Niantic is also cracking down on cheaters by making the controversial move to prevent rooted users from ...
A new update for Pokemon Go is hitting the Google Play Store. Niantic Labs continues to improve the experience in multiple ways, but there is one downside to this update.
Niantic is killing support for jailbroken and rooted devices in a new update for Pokémon GO. If those players want to keep playing, they'll need to go through "proper" channels, or figure out a new workaround.
Google is applying a sever side update that will prevent the latest rooted phones from working with Android Pay and other SafetyNet apps.