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Hi all, is there a custom kernel that has Knox disabled and SELinux in permissive mode by default? I cant seem to find one, and I need it to use my S5 with AppRadio2.
 
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Hi all, is there a custom kernel that has Knox disabled and SELinux in permissive mode by default? I cant seem to find one, and I need it to use my S5 with AppRadio2.
No kernel can fully disable knox. In the S5 it is a hardware function that is built in. As of this time there is no way to root or modify the system without tripping knox. All the custom roms do have knox fully disabled in the system and removed though.
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No kernel can fully disable knox. In the S5 it is a hardware function that is built in. As of this time there is no way to root or modify the system without tripping knox. All the custom roms do have knox fully disabled in the system and removed though.

I am using Project Infinity and it appears that even with Wanam Xposed, i still cant disable SEAndroid or disable knox notifications, even when enabled. Specifically I'm trying to allow the device to send bluetooth commands to my appradio.
 
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I am using Project Infinity and it appears that even with Wanam Xposed, i still cant disable SEAndroid or disable knox notifications, even when enabled. Specifically I'm trying to allow the device to send bluetooth commands to my appradio.
The superSU app should automatically disable knox when you launch it. (you have to click the yes button)
 
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The superSU app should automatically disable knox when you launch it. (you have to click the yes button)
Is there any way to verify knox is disabled, or that SEAndroid is set to permissive?
 
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Is there any way to verify knox is disabled, or that SEAndroid is set to permissive?
Well if you aren't getting "your device is modified" pop ups, then it's disabled.
 
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Well if you aren't getting "your device is modified" pop ups, then it's disabled.
...Anyhow, I flashed the AEL kernal with SELinux set to permissive, and everything works great now.
 
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...Anyhow, I flashed the AEL kernal with SELinux set to permissive, and everything works great now.

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Can someone please help me to install AEL Kernal? So I can set SELinux to permissive and get my Samsung s5 and arliberator and appradio 2 working together with touch screen capabilities.

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