Originally Posted by sander_r
First of all, I'm quite a noob, so thanks for your consideration.
I just installed the Bulletproof (version 13.0) kernel on my International HTC One, using TWRP Recovery, to disable write protection.
However, write protection is still active, as I can't edit files in the system folder of my phone.
I guess Bulletproof is installed properly, as the 'Sweep2Wake' function is working.
So, my question is: How do I disable this write protection now I'm in a custom kernel?
I am rooted, using Bulletproof kernel and Android Revolution HD 51.0
Thanks in advance,
1- ARHD 51.0 kernel already has w/p disabled
2- so you didnt need bulletproof, except if you want the added mods
3- i guess you're trying to use a file explorer (ES maybe) to edit files? not only do you need to enable root access, you also need to "mount" /system as r/w access, eg:
HTC One M7_UL | ARHD | S-Off | SuperCID