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    Post [XZ1c/XZ1/XZp] temp root exploit to backup drm keys implemented

    By doublepatch I meant flashing first these kernel XPERIA-XZ1 Compact(G8441)-LATEST-47.2.A.8.24-(11/March/2019) what I had done under pie and then these kernel what I had done a short time later. It is mentioned that before TA backup the persist*.sin should not be flashed, my logic told me...
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    Post [XZ1c/XZ1/XZp] temp root exploit to backup drm keys implemented

    That's right, I just have to correct that I used the janjan kernel for pie after I upgraded to pie. I also forgot to exclude persist*.sin from the pie upgrade. But the problem will have been mainly caused by the double patch of the kernel. It should be added to the description that when flashing...
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    Post [XZ1c/XZ1/XZp] temp root exploit to backup drm keys implemented

    After flashing the current pie version G8441_47.1.A.2.324_CE1 again and flashing the kernel from here, I get again the existence of a key indicated (the second is as mentioned before negligible and the third would probably be indicated again after a downgrade to oreo) my widevine level has...
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    Post [XZ1c/XZ1/XZp] temp root exploit to backup drm keys implemented

    russel5 I also excluded the persist*.sin during the downgrade to 47.1.A.2.324_CE1. during the following flashing to G8441_Customized CE1_1310-7123_47.2.A.8.24_R1C I flashed the persist*.sin as well, that shouldn't be a problem, because i did the TA-backup before, right? Did you get the...
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    Post [XZ1c/XZ1/XZp] temp root exploit to backup drm keys implemented

    Out of the box 47.1.A.16.20---> downgrade with newsflasher to 47.1.A.2.324_CE1(all *.ta deleted, scatterbrained except the one in the boot folder, but newsflasher did it obvious right) all keys provisioned (seen in pic downgraded) --->backup locked TA--->unlock bootloader (seen pic...
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    Post [XZ1c/XZ1/XZp] temp root exploit to backup drm keys implemented

    I also restored the locked TA under recent pie, the result can be seen below. It all goes so far, but the service menu (since bootloader-unlock after downgrade to 47.1.A.2.324_CE1) shows me the loss of two keys (third available), the third has disappeared since installing this kernel...