Step 8. Next, choose “Modules”.
Step 9. Make sure RootCloak is checked ON.
Step 10. Reboot your Android device.
Step 11. Once rebooted, run RootCloak app.
Step 12. Choose “Add/Remove Apps”.
Step 13. Browse through the list of apps and see if your app is already listed. In my example, ISIS wallet app for AT&T was already listed.
Step 14. If your app isn’t listed, hit the “+” button then add the app you want to hide root from.
Step 15. Open the app you previously couldn’t run because of root. Now it should run just fine.
Step 16. Next time you can’t run apps that check for root, don’t get mad, get even. Also tell your friends it’s okay to root their phone and run banking apps by using RootCloak.
Q: What Android smartphone/tablet does this method work on?
A: This method should work on most Android smartphone/tablet devices out there. So, just give it a go, it should work!
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