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[Q] Changing SE Linux from Enforcing to Permissive on Rooted Verizon GS5

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17th June 2014, 08:46 PM   |  #1  
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Like everybody else, I just rooted my phone and now I'm trying to use it with my Pioneer Appradio 2. In order to do so, I need to change the status of SE Linux to Permissive. It's there a way to do this without an unlocked bootloader to flash a different kernal?
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I'm wanting to do the same with my Appradio, anybody?
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Like everybody else, I just rooted my phone and now I'm trying to use it with my Pioneer Appradio 2. In order to do so, I need to change the status of SE Linux to Permissive. It's there a way to do this without an unlocked bootloader to flash a different kernal?

I have been searching and searching, I have enven unlocked the bootloader and tried to find a kernel that supports SELinux Permissive for the 900v and I havent found one. If anyone has some info or links please share....
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I have been searching and searching, I have enven unlocked the bootloader and tried to find a kernel that supports SELinux Permissive for the 900v and I havent found one. If anyone has some info or links please share....

what u say isnt possible.. how did u have the BL unlocked and no one else knows about it? we need a unlocked bl/cystom kernel to implement permissive at this point
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what u say isnt possible.. how did u have the BL unlocked and no one else knows about it? we need a unlocked bl/cystom kernel to implement permissive at this point

My bad, no unlocked BL, just unlocked phone. Got my terminology mixed up. Im about to sell this thing, go back to a S4.
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I have been searching and searching, I have enven unlocked the bootloader and tried to find a kernel that supports SELinux Permissive for the 900v and I havent found one. If anyone has some info or links please share....

Ktoonsez Kernel is SE Linux Permissive, if your bootloader is unlocked you should be able to flash it: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2794674

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