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By stealthee, Senior Member on 12th September 2015, 07:34 AM
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Ok So I with the help of ShinySide the Creator of Hispasain and TrapKernel. Have created a t900 root kernel for the new 5.1.1. you will have to install TWRP via ODIN and then flash this. This is a stock kernel that is set to permissive. It also installs the SU Binary's at the same time. I learned a lot in the last 3 days. Thank you @ShinySide

I know we don't have any Custom 5.1.1 Roms out yet but if your already Touchwiz 5.1.1 on some custom rom and only want my kernel then Skip to part 2.

Part 1
Ok if you are on 4.4.2 you will have to Odin Flash your tablet to 5.1.1 Stock. (Probably 2) times to get it to boot up.
If you are on CM(what ever version) Go into TWRP and WIPE Advanced SYSTEM / DATA / Cache / Dalvik Cache Then reboot into download mode and Odin the 5.1.1 (I've not done it this way might still need 2 try's)

Make sure tablet boots and you are now on stock 5.1.1 power down tablet.
Hold POWER VOLUME DOWN AND HOME and wait for Download Mode.
Load Odin. Connect your cable Select the TWRP.tar file . UN CHECK THE REBOOT OPTION! Flash the TWRP.tar file with Odin.
Now hold down just VOLUME UP AND POWER till you see a message at the top about Non-Enforcing recovery and then let go of the power button but not the up button. The screen should got black. let go of the volume button TWRP should start.
If you did not into TWRP You did not help the buttons right and are now looking at a Stock Recovery and will have to jump back up to "Make sure tablet boots into 5.1.1" and go from there again.

BACK UP Stock WITH TWRP BEFORE YOU FLASH !!! FOR THE LOVE OF GOD !
BACK UP Stock WITH TWRP BEFORE YOU FLASH !!! FOR THE LOVE OF GOD !
BACK UP Stock WITH TWRP BEFORE YOU FLASH !!! FOR THE LOVE OF GOD !


Part 2
Flash My Stealthee-Kernel.zip Below in TWRP (It already is set to install SU Binaries)
Reboot and DO NOT LET TWRP INSTALL SU Binaries or you will need to at least restore the system part of your Backup. If you did not back up before and missed the 3 lines saying so I can't help you. (Will not actually sorry) You will have to start over.





Remember at your own risk.. .boom. and all that

This Kernel also has Init.d support Although the current Stock Rom does not support this by Default. I was able to use terminal emulator and make mine work and show up So I could test Synapse. I don't work BTW Not supported.

GITHUB Source for Kernel is up
https://github.com/Stealthee/SM-T900_Kernel

If you would like to buy me a soda since i don't drink. But learning to kernel edit might of drove me to it. Feel free to donate

https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/websc...if%3aNonHosted

Thanks go to
ShinySide: for all the help and his githubs
toolhas4degrees: For the fixed zip with the correct block I kept messing up
g.lewarne: For UniKernel that made all this happen.

Side note im not sure im ready to learn how to over clock and all that. But who knows.. One day.
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12th September 2015, 02:35 PM |#2  
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Ok So i with the help of ShinySide the Creator of Hispasain and TrapKernel. Have created a t900 root kernel for the new 5.1.1. you will have to install TWRP and then flash this. Left my tablet at work its going to be stuck there over the weekend. So i need A brave soul that would be willing to give this a flash. It's just the kernel and root. Its either a OMG you rock. or damn you Stealthee (as you load up twrp to restore.) BACK UP WITH TWRP BEFORE YOU FLASH !!! FOR THE LOVE OF GOD !


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Remember at your own risk.. .boom. and all that .. or OMG.. I would of already flashed if my tablet was here.

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su binary does not install. su apk is present
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12th September 2015, 03:28 PM |#3  
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So the kernel did install too correct? I forgot to name it correctly so it will say. Root@something. and can you check se for android status under setting about device and tell if it shows permissive.

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12th September 2015, 07:16 PM |#4  
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I have first flashed the ROM with Odin. Then flashed the other insecure kernel with Odin. Then flashed TWRP in Odin. Then flashed SuperSu and your kernel. But it only boots into recovery, not to system anymore. Just restored to CM again. Let's hope somone will succeed making a new root tool for Samsung 5.1.1 and up.
12th September 2015, 07:53 PM |#5  
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That's exactly what happened with my custom kernel. It would boot straight to recovery.
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I have first flashed the ROM with Odin. Then flashed the other insecure kernel with Odin. Then flashed TWRP in Odin. Then flashed SuperSu and your kernel. But it only boots into recovery, not to system anymore. Just restored to CM again. Let's hope somone will succeed making a new root tool for Samsung 5.1.1 and up.

ok you have to wipe everything except storage and flash the 5.1.1 update tar 2 times some times to get it to work. Then once you have that you have a stock 5.1.1 then flash the twrp tar. THEN flash my root kernel test. I need to know since i dont have my tablet here right now if the se android status under setting general about this device says "Permisive" or what it says" if it does then great i need to fix the librarys so sayeth the ShinySide. Or i need to update superuser in my ramdisk if it does cause i have the wrong one. thats why im asking abou tthe SE Status. If someone could answer this I'll know if i need to recompile the kernel again with a different passive fix. Just flashing 1 time the 5.1.1 TW rom will not work if you have not wiped everything. Took me 2 odins to get it running. and i was stock 4.4.2 rooted. if your on CM you will need to wipe and then flash. The tar does not seem to wipe data it just overlays it seems.
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12th September 2015, 08:03 PM |#7  
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su binary does not install. su apk is present

K. But Is it set to permissive in settings?
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12th September 2015, 08:08 PM |#8  
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I really know how to flash. And for me flash stock rom has worked the first time. But how do you flash the recovery without first flashing @andrewnelson23 kernel ? Your kernel is not tar.md5 but zip. If you try to flash TWRP after you have flashed stock rom the recovery doesn't get flashed. I have read the post about boot to recovery while pressing start in Odin but that didn't work for me. May be you can make a tar.md5 package with your kernel?
B.t.w. I have tried flashing with Flashfire but that results in Bootloop too.
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I really know how to flash. And for me flash stock rom has worked the first time. But how do you flash the recovery without first flashing @andrewnelson23 kernel ? Your kernel is not tar.md5 but zip. If you try to flash TWRP after you have flashed stock rom the recovery doesn't get flashed. I have read the post about boot to recovery while pressing start in Odin but that didn't work for me. May be you can make a tar.md5 package with your kernel?

I'm confused on why you think a recovery gets flashed when flashing a kernel. Or are you saying twrp isn't sticking after you reboot?
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12th September 2015, 08:11 PM |#10  
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I'm confused on why you think a recovery gets flashed when flashing a kernel. Or are you saying twrp isn't sticking after you reboot?

Indeed, the recovery doesn't stick than.
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Indeed, the recovery doesn't stick than.

Simple fix. Flash recovery boot directly to recovery before going to the os
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