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How to Play PUBG on Rooted Device?

If you have installed Custom Recoveries like OrangeFox or TWRP Recovery on your Android device or rooted your Android device and are now looking for a way to Play PUbG on a Rooted device, or fix PUBG Mobile Crashing, here is a complete guide to help you out.

In this article, we are sharing with you all the methods to show how to Fix Pubg Mobile Crash on a Rooted Android device.

Just like Fortnite and Pokemon go games did, PUBG is to lift up the security walls on the game so no users will hack PUBG or play on rooted devices.

This is why Recently Tencent games pushed an update for PUBG Mobile with the version number – 1.3.0. This latest PUBG version brought along a security feature that would detect root on Android.

Now although Magisk comes with an amazing feature called Magisk Hide that hides the root of your device from various Safety checks like Google apps, Pokemon go, Netflix, etc. It still fails to hide root from PUBG mobile game.

Therefore, you get the PUBG Mobile Crashing error. But don’t worry, we have got a fix for that below!

When you install a Custom Recovery on your Android or root it, you won’t be able to play PUBG. Due to its strict gaming policies and security, PUBG doesn’t work on any device that is rooted or has custom Recovery installed on it.

Basically, if PUBG anywhere finds names like TWRP, Custom Recovery, Magisk, etc. On your device, you won’t be able to play PUBG and you will see PUBG crash.

How to Play PUBG on a Rooted device?/ How to fix PUBG Mobile Crash after Root?

Since Tencent games have leveled up in security checks, any name on your device files that relates to Root or custom Recovery can result in PUBG Crashing.

In order to know how to fix PUBG Crash using Magisk, on a Rooted Android device, here’s what you have to do –

  • Enable Magisk Hide feature on your rooted phone. For this, go to Magisk Manager> Settings> Magisk Hide> Enable Magisk hide.
  • Now go back to the main page of Magisk Manager. Go to Menu> Settings> Magisk Hide> Select PUBG app. Make sure to check all the boxes in the PUBG app.
  • Now go back to the main screen. Go to Menu> Settings> Hide Magisk Manager.
  • Here, Tap on Magisk Manager> Rename Magisk Manager to anything you want like Manager, Game, etc. Just make sure to not add the word ‘Magisk’ in it.
  • Magisk Manager will now reboot.
  • After it reboots you will see that Magisk Manager has been changed to the name you gave it. Thanks to the developer of Magisk apk, Topjohnwu, even the Magisk name of Apk changes on your device.
  • Download a File Manager like FX file manager or any other of your choice.
  • Open File Manager and locate TWRP or OrangeFox Or whichever custom Recovery you have installed on your Android device.
  • Along with the Magisk Apk, you will also need to rename custom Recovery since PUBG mobile Security will check for that you. So simply rename Custom Recovery to any random name.
  • Once you have done that, you will have to download and install a Magisk module. For this, go to Magisk Manager> Menu> Downloads> search for Magisk Props Height Module.
  • Tap on it to install. Allow if any permissions are asked. soon Magisk will reboot.
  • Once it reboots, open Magisk Manager {name changed} go to Menu> modules. See if Magisk Props Height module which we downloaded earlier is enabled.

That’s it. you should now be able to play Pubg on a rooted device. I assume you have found the article on how to fix PUBG Crash useful.

Hope the article helped you and you are using PUBG on your rooted Android device.

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