With the continuing checks, big developers (Ahem, Samsung, Netflix, Snapchat) keep putting out to block rooted devices and th list of apps rooted devices can't use keeps increasing. Personally, I find it hard to use a non-rooted device, due to the fact I like having data access, full system access, and overall control of my battery. Though for the first time, I'm finding it a royal pain that my device doesn't pass safetynet. It makes me wonder a few things.
A. What does the future hold for those who want to actually have full control of their devices? Eventually, I could forsee most apps requiring SN.
B. If Linux is inherently more secure, and we can gain root access there, why not on a phone running Android?
C. What can we do to fight back? Am I the only one who would laugh if all these companies got Mr. Roboted over this kind of restriction?
What are your thoughts?