Support and development of this module have been discontinued.
A replacement module can be found here : https://forum.xda-developers.com/app...nager-t3760042
This is a very simple module that installs a post-fs-data.sh script which enables SELinux Permissive Mode. This is useful for certain audio mods and removes the need to understand Magisk's file system & boot logic. No need to create your own scripts, just flash and forget.
I have only tested this on my Verizon HTC 10, but this module is so simple and generic that it should work on any Android device with SELinux.
This module has been tested on and is compatible with Magisk v11.6-15.2.
Disclaimer & Recommendations: This module should be used as a last resort only if appropriate SELinux Permissions can not be generated and injected into the SELinux Policy using selinux-inject, supolicy or magiskpolicy. Putting your device into Permissive Mode will essentially disable all of the operating system level security built into Android and allow any app in any context to do whatever it wants. Actions requiring root access will still trigger your SU Manager App, but all apps have elevated privileges due to permissive and may be able to take malicious actions on your device without needing root access. If you find that this module fixes issues you are experiencing with an app I recommend contacting the app developer and trying to work with them to isolate the necessary SELinux Permissions and have them injected into the SELinux Policy at startup.
Here is a discussion of some of concerns to consider when running your device in Permissive Mode : https://forum.xda-developers.com/gen...risks-t3607295
Github Repo : https://github.com/Jman420/magisk-permissive-script
Change Log :
v1.0 - Initial Release
v1.1 - Update to Module Template v1400
v1.2 - Update to Module Template v1500