I've tamed one on official. You have to do a certain number of unique missions, can't be the same one over and over. Once you've done that then you have to go to the middle of the map between rings to get mutagel. If you don't see mutagel in between the rings you have to wait until the next hyperspace jump. Hyperspace jumps change the landscape and material spawns in the no man's land area. Once you have mutagel and the correct number of missions go up to a Stryder and feed it the gel from the last slot in your inventory. Once you've done that, a body part will start sparking. It will be either the head, shoulders, leg joints, feet or chest. Go up to that body part and hit the Y button again. You will then have to play a mini game 3 times where you stop the scrolling blocks on the center line with RT. Then another body part will start sparking and after it has walked a certain distance away just prince and repeat. You only need the mutagel once.
The Stryder is a robotic creature in ARK: Genesis Part 2. It offers a series of different randomized components across its body, giving each Stryder unique skills — from offense to defense to utility.~Steel Cookie 123
To tame them, after completing the proper missions and getting mutagel, stand on their back and feed the mutagel to them. A peice of its body will spark and you will have to do a mini game where you use the attack button when the boxes are in the middle of the line. Messing up puts taming back to 0, but they will not need more mutagel.
A guide to the Eden zone and Stryder (next guide in shadow mane)
The Eden zone is a friendly area with a Maewings and Stryder. First, let’s start with the Stryder. The Stryder is tamed by hacking it, and can be accessed by using your jet pack to fly on to its back. You have to complete a specific amount of missions for a Stryder, depending on the level. You also need mutagel, which I would explain how to get, but I don’t know how to. The Stryder is also neutral, with lots of health, so be careful if you wish to kill it on foot, otherwise it isn’t too hard with a mount. Now to the Eden zone
Part 2: The Eden Zone
The Eden zone is pretty friendly, unless your in the upper bit. I’ve found lots of alpha creatures, an alpha rex, an alpha carno, and three alpha raptors! Surprising, yeah? Most of the dangerous things are in the upper half of the map, near the mountains. In the lower half of the map, you can find maewings and small predators like dilos or compies, along with medium to small herbivores. Next, there’s the upper half, which has medium to big predators and herbivores. Rexes, yuties, Carnos, and other things spawn near mountains. If your looking for an argentavis, I’ve seen some to the far right of the upper half near the wall. There should be a small mountain, and if you go there you can find argentavis. If you fly upwards, you can find snow owls, pteranodons, and uncommonly, tappies. That’s a basic guide to the Eden zone, the next guide will be in shadow mane, as stated above.
WARNING XBOX PLAYERS! Do not use the A button to click when to stop the squares. USE RT. I lost a bunch of taming affectivness to that, lost 55 mutagel to a stupid pego, and then almost died when trying to tame a level 50 with 3x taming rates.
(Do not take anything I write as Fact) I do believe the attachments that these tek creatures possess are not craftables and just simply spawn with them, Taming them involves a mini-game like Tamimg method, where you hack the creature and defend it from other creatures
To tame: you will need to begin by hacking a body part. (Head, left shoulder, etc). A box will then appear with 3 little lined and boxes that cross a center line. Wait for them to be even horizontally and hit R2. This will happen more times until the box fills up with I think 9 little boxes across the center line. Stand on its back for easy taming. After many attempts on a lvl 20, one successful hacking filled the tamig bar about 6%.