Maybe it'll work.
there is a ric killer script (for 4.x android only?) in the EasyRootTool. It replaces /system/bin/mount with a script to load wp_mod.ko before actual mount exec.
Is there a Lollipop version of such script/kernel module, or maybe it will work on 5.0 firmwares? I'm planning to upgrade my Xperia Z to upcoming Lollipop firmware but don't want to install Recovery. I have locked bootloader and there are no software ways to get access to my /data when phone is locked (I put USB debug off and have pattern on lock screen). If I lose my phone nobody can use it to get access to my bank/mail/etc. accounts. Only wipe of userdata in the flashtool (or recovery mode with loosing all data in PC Companion, or unlocking bootloader via fastboot with wipe data partition) can disable lock screen protection.
I know about full disk encryption (FDE), it's most secure way to disable access to my data, especially on Lollipop (because of using protected HW key), but it gives performance impact so I prefer not use it.
I want to make prerooted zip firmware (only with SuperSU, without recovery) with Lollipop, install XZDR on KitKat, and write this zip from it. After such upgrade I'll lose recovery and will have no way to remount /system. Will wp_mod.ko work with LP kernel? I can use installmount.sh by hand in the shell but I don't know will kernel module work or not? Or I need to get wp_mod.ko (and modulecrcpatch to patch it) from the latest XZDR and use it with installmount.sh script? Or I need to use another method, by hand installing wp_mod.ko and some other script to load the module while boot?
What can you advice?
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