It was a nice experiment almost every chef took part in - and it answered "who is who" in this community. Just changing a phrase "wait for two weeks" to something less suitable (for some rom makers it is less suitable on purpose) and some "word" magic radically modifies one's behaviour.
Anyway, things go as planned, and today Full Unlock v4 sees broad launch.
Full Unlock v4.0
Not much to write here
Native application support.
Selective root access for applications alongside with possibility to open full access to system for all applications altogether.
Root access usage notifications.
1) That's a squeezed release - some registry entries were removed to reduce a number of dependencies
2) Full Unlock v4.0 is available for all, but all the rest from Dynamics 2.0 and derivatives is still prohibited. v1.21 stuff is allowed to use.
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