safe_device (Null-Safety)

Safe Device Safe Device Flutter (Null-Safety) Jailbroken, root, emulator and mock location detection.

Getting Started

In your flutter project add the dependency:

  safe_device: ^1.1.4


Importing package

import 'package:safe_device/safe_device.dart';

Using it

Checks whether device JailBroken on iOS/Android?

bool isJailBroken = await SafeDevice.isJailBroken;

Checks whether device is real or emulator

bool isRealDevice = await SafeDevice.isRealDevice;

Can this device mock location - no need to root!

bool canMockLocation = await SafeDevice.canMockLocation;

(ANDROID ONLY) Check if application is running on external storage

bool isOnExternalStorage = await SafeDevice.isOnExternalStorage;

Check if device violates any of the above

bool isSafeDevice = await SafeDevice.isSafeDevice;

(ANDROID ONLY) Check if development Options is enable on device

bool isDevelopmentModeEnable = await SafeDevice.isDevelopmentModeEnable;


Mock location detection

  • Android - Location permission needs to be granted in app in order to detect mock location properly
  • iOS - For now we are checking if device is Jail Broken or if it's not real device. There is no strong detection of mock location in iOS (Open the PR if you have better way for mock location detection in iOS)


  • -Development Options in emulator always is true for default

❗Since emulators are usually rooted, you might want to bypass these checks during development. Unless you're keen on constant false alarms ⏰

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