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I9205XXUCML1-CML4 stock kernel with SELinux Permissive full root support.

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13th January 2014, 12:54 AM   |  #1  
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I notice that XXUCML1 have the SELinux set to Enforce I install some root apps but some time can't be use then iread about the new kernel implement by samsung.... Enforcing, Permissive, and disabel..... itry all think possibly to change the SELinux status but no hope. ...
Then I change the kernel ramdisk and it works

This is i9205 kernel take from XXUCML1 i change the ramdisk to set Permissive and its have init.d support
1. Download this https://mega.co.nz/#!KBdhUI7D!q2Y5wI...JjNvjokdcSjESU
1.2 Link to CML4
2. Make a backup first ( for boot.img using cwm recovery )
2. Flash i9205_Kernel_SELinux_Permissive.zip using cwm recovery.
3. Boot.

Check SELinux status at about device

Please report wether its ok or not

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13th January 2014, 03:33 AM   |  #2  
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I notice that XXUCML1 have the SELinux set to Enforce I install some root apps but some time can't be use then iread about the new kernel implement by samsung.... Enforcing, Permissive, and disabel..... itry all think possibly to change the SELinux status but no hope. ...
Then I change the kernel ramdisk and it works

This is i9205 kernel take from XXUCML1 i change the ramdisk to set Permissive and its have init.d support
1. Download this https://mega.co.nz/#!KBdhUI7D!q2Y5wI...JjNvjokdcSjESU
2. Make a backup first ( for boot.img using cwm recovery )
2. Flash i9205_Kernel_SELinux_Permissive.zip using cwm recovery.
3. Boot.

Check SELinux status at about device

Please report wether its ok or not

Sent from my GT-I9205 using xda app-developers app

Dude this would be sick...I was just gonna tackle this after I finished my other rom that's currently uploading now...If this works that'd be great I could build a rom around your new kernel and hopefully destroy the last bit of Knox and selinux...shame that samsung chose to go this route...Our development was already pretty minimal for the mega and the Knox boot and selinux Damn near killed it.

Let me know your results and if you'd be cool with me using your kernel in a new rom. And I'll try and flash this...ps I have a way to revert back to stock rooted mj2 if anyone updates and gets stuck without root.

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13th January 2014, 07:03 AM   |  #3  
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1st February 2014, 01:17 PM   |  #4  
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Update CML1 and CML4 kernel

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@shazzl, thanks for your bootloader mod om CML4. Just flashed it with CWM, steps as follows:
1) my Mega had already PhilZ-touch-CWM installed, thus booting into recovery, wipe data+cache+dalvik and install "i9205_kernel_cml4" (mod by shazzl) on SD thru CWM;
2) without leaving CWM install then "UPDATE-SuperSU-v1.80" on SD;
3) reboot via CWM and finish things (wifi, Google a/c, etc) from the Setup pages, go to Apps Drawer select SuperSU then a message pops out asking for knox invalidation, Confirm;
4) do a reboot, update SuperSU to the latest v1.91, install busybox, root explorer, titanium backup, greenify, lucky patcher, etc - all works fine.

NOTE: 2 Red lines show up at top of the Samsung start up screen on every boot, together with a line saying like Warranty: kernel. Also at Settings/About device, SE for Android status goes to Permissive -which is good!!!

I know the knox warranty counter is "010" meaning warranty void but may be some genius devs can work around later, lol. Thanks shazzl again.
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I read about the warning at htc forum they have made it... but for samsung not yet...watting for developer to fix it..

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5th April 2014, 06:48 PM   |  #7  
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would it work with 9200 ?

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