Does anyone here have experience with setting up IG accounts on rooted android phones?
I rooted an android phone, installed all the necessary apps (xPrivacy, Proxydroid, Device ID changer, IMEI changer), had a real USA ph#, and IG proxies from highproxies.
I confirmed the ph# but when trying to create the account I got the "too many users have been registered on this device" error. http://i.imgur.com/OmTD49v.jpg
I had Identification, SERIAL, Location, Media, Network, Phone, Sensors, and System restricted in xPrivacy so I tried manually enabling %cid and %imei and left the rest as before - still got the same error.
Later on tried allowing everything for IG on xPrivacy but it then seems something is leaking.. as IG is proposing my real country code (even though I'm behind a proxy) for the phone#. Checked browserleaks, everything seems fine.. even DNS etc. matches up. Timezones match up as well.
How to proceed?
1) What xPrivacy settings to use for it to not give this error? (WHILE STILL NOT GETTING YOUR SHIT LINKED)
2) If not using xPrivacy at all - what is leaking? Cause it’s proposing my real country code on sign-up even though I’m behind an USA proxy. (FIGURED THIS OUT.. READ UDPATE)
UPDATE: Tried playing around with some of the options on xPrivacy. Luckily enough you can see exact variables that were called with the IG app. Disabled a ton of shit like "getSimCountryIso" for example but left some non-blocked like ID etc. and successfully signed up. Now just gotta split-test some different setups and farm them for a while to see what sticks.