Well I think almost everyone nows about it but for the people who dont here you go.
SELinux status is set to Enforcing in Android 4.4.x
some older apps may not work with SELinux status set to Enforcing
You can set it to Permissive with the is command in terminal. setenforce 0
I made a simple script to set it to Permissive at boot.
You need init.d support
You need to rename it first, remove the .zip
You need to put it into /system/etc/init.d I use Root Explore
I heard some guy set his SELinux status to permissive and the men in black came for him... I'm keeping mine enforced!
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