Android AppSealing

This new version supports Unreal Engine 5 and improved the Emulator detection logic to detect latest Emulator versions.
Release Date: January 4, 2022
Last Updated: January 5, 2022

January 4, 2022

Latest Version

New Features

  • Support Unreal Engine 5
    • Apps built with unreal engine 5 can apply AppSealing.
  • Support to select a work profile management app that allows apps to run
    • Support option to allow app launch for ‘Samsung SecureFolder‘ and ‘Google FamilyLink‘ that setting work profiles.
    • This option is available via CLI tool by adding below configuration.
      : -block_work_profile yes -allow_work_profiles “Google FamilyLink, Samsung SecureFolder”


  • Improve Emulator detection logic
    • The problem of running apps sealed with emulator-block option on some emulators has been fixed.
      • LDPlayer 4.0.65 higher
      • Nox 9 beta higher
  • The detection of some emulators has been improved.
    • LDPlayer
    • Nox App Player
    • BlueStacks
    • Mumu
  • Improve Frida hooking framework detection logic.
    • The Frida framework detection feature that can be used for reverse-engineering has been enhanced.


  • Fix root detection failed case for Magisk
    • When an app set to targetSdkVersion 30 or higher runs on Android 11 devices with Magisk installed, the problem that ‘Magisk Hide’ is not detected has been fixed.

How to apply the new AppSealing version?

Professional and Enterprise plan customers are able to choose Android AppSealing security versions on AppSealing Developer Console (ADC) or CLI supporting DevOps.
– Sign-in to ADC and select the security version
– CLI: set parameter as “-service_version″


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This update is recommended for all users and is a free update to all existing AppSealing customers and subscribers.