Help Need a version of phoenix os which will not detect as a emulator in any game

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Hmm okay, I may try, but I need to know ALL those api calls which help an app know it is running on an emulator; modifying them won't be much of a problem given enough effort.
However, i think that some of them may break the app's core functionality itself.

Edit: just remembered that there was an implementation in PUBGM (evidence based) which detected suspicious keystrokes, like more than 1 movement input (like pressing W and S together), which helped them detect emulators. So even if the OS denies the app any clue of the machine being a PC, the app has reliable ways of knowing the player is using an emulator/out-of-the-world input schemes. Hence, every such effort will be futile. They...

hoichoi

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There no such version as far as i know .
You can get it if someone modifies the android system to such an extent that it resembles a mobile phone but for that you need serious programming expirience
Hmm okay, I may try, but I need to know ALL those api calls which help an app know it is running on an emulator; modifying them won't be much of a problem given enough effort.
However, i think that some of them may break the app's core functionality itself.

Edit: just remembered that there was an implementation in PUBGM (evidence based) which detected suspicious keystrokes, like more than 1 movement input (like pressing W and S together), which helped them detect emulators. So even if the OS denies the app any clue of the machine being a PC, the app has reliable ways of knowing the player is using an emulator/out-of-the-world input schemes. Hence, every such effort will be futile. They have really got the edge here
 
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Hmm okay, I may try, but I need to know ALL those api calls which help an app know it is running on an emulator; modifying them won't be much of a problem given enough effort.
However, i think that some of them may break the app's core functionality itself.

Edit: just remembered that there was an implementation in PUBGM (evidence based) which detected suspicious keystrokes, like more than 1 movement input (like pressing W and S together), which helped them detect emulators. So even if the OS denies the app any clue of the machine being a PC, the app has reliable ways of knowing the player is using an emulator/out-of-the-world input schemes. Hence, every such effort will be futile. They have really got the edge here
I think the game cannot detect. Why PUBG detects as emulator if we press more than a key.. Who uses Keyboard on phones to play games. Also, this won't work practically. The game cannot capture our keystrokes while the Keymapper is capturing them. Keymapper is getting our input and simulating the touches in the game. The game only detects the touch. If you are telling touching more than 1 button at a time will cause this too. What about 3~4 finger players who's been playing in the mobile devices. They will have to consider this things before making an Detection system. In short, You can bypass Emulator Detection. But, that will not work after some time if they fix it after finding out a lot of players have been using that.

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miltonpuja

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I think the game cannot detect. Why PUBG detects as emulator if we press more than a key.. Who uses Keyboard on phones to play games. Also, this won't work practically. The game cannot capture our keystrokes while the Keymapper is capturing them. Keymapper is getting our input and simulating the touches in the game. The game only detects the touch. If you are telling touching more than 1 button at a time will cause this too. What about 3~4 finger players who's been playing in the mobile devices. They will have to consider this things before making an Detection system. In short, You can bypass Emulator Detection. But, that will not work after some time if they fix it after finding out a lot of players have been using that.

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EXACTLY... i guess we'll have to stick with the mobile for a while..
 

milanmajumder

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I think the game cannot detect. Why PUBG detects as emulator if we press more than a key.. Who uses Keyboard on phones to play games. Also, this won't work practically. The game cannot capture our keystrokes while the Keymapper is capturing them. Keymapper is getting our input and simulating the touches in the game. The game only detects the touch. If you are telling touching more than 1 button at a time will cause this too. What about 3~4 finger players who's been playing in the mobile devices. They will have to consider this things before making an Detection system. In short, You can bypass Emulator Detection. But, that will not work after some time if they fix it after finding out a lot of players have been using that.

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pubgm detects emulator before you start playing the game . I think it detects emulator by detecting processor. mobile phone uses arm processors but computers uses mostly intel processors.
 

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