quinta-feira, junho 06, 2019

How to restore android_id on Android Pie 9.0 and Oreo 8.0

This thread above can be REALLY helpful.
[APP] Device ID Changer for Oreo (16/Apr)(v0.9.3-stable)

A simple and elegant App that help you monitor Android IDs on Oreo devices.

How to change Android ID on Oreo with ROOT
In Oreo and Pie, Android ID (Settings.Secure.ANDROID_ID or SSAID) has a different value for each application and each user on the device.
You can find xml file with IDs in:

The best way is to backup the hole folder /data/system/users/0/* and restore on the new phone (should be done in TWRP or something similar)

This folder /data/system/users/0/registered_services was also backed up and restored.

Forget how things were done before with some queries like...

adb shell content query --uri content://settings/secure --where "name=\'android_id\'" 
/data/system/users/0/settings_ssaid.xmlAnd it looks like:


In order to change the ID for an application you need to follow a few simple steps: 
1. Make sure that you have ROOT on your device
2. Open file “/data/system/users/0/settings_ssaid.xml” with any editor that supports ROOT
3. Change “value” and “defaultValue” to new Android ID.
4. Save the file
5. Reboot your device to apply changes

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