Laying bets here . . . It will never change. Google can and will win this game. Not that it thrills me, it's simple reality.
Use your CC for general network utility (IoT gateway is my current favorite 'hack') plus whatever Eureka can do; buy something else; or go back to stock.
Most folks should just head back to stock and get a device usable for its intended purpose.
As I said previously, I already went back to stock on one om my CC, second is on EurekaROM, so it will stay rooted no matter what. I'm just curious, but as @ddggttff3 mentioned previously, without new source code it probably won't be doable bypass new security measures. But Google is pretty late to release it, still no new release since 1.22.
WARNING: I know almost nothing about the Chromecast, but I have extensive experience with porting Android ROMs.
It seems like the old bootloader you are using does not verify the signature of the boot.img, since you are able to use a custom recovery.
Shouldn't it just be possible to take the new boot.img and remove the verity stuff from fstab and the verity_key, then flash it? It might even make more sense to use a "systemless root" with bind mounts for telnetd over /system/xbin
They finally uploaded 1.26 source code too https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...kplRzRvcERtaU0
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