To everyone gets in RfA or in another bcmon tool errors about libssl.so.1.0.0 and libcrypto.so.1.0.0, try to make a symbolic link to them:
- go in /system/lib/
- check what's inside. If you have libssl.so and libcrypto.so, make a link to them.
To create a link: if /system is mounted read-write, enter in /system/lib/ and type in terminal ln -s libssl.so libssl.so.1.0.0
and same with libcrypto.
Otherwise, use Root Explorer with long press on libssl.so --> create shortcut --> rename the shortcut as libssl.so.1.0.0. Same for libcrypto.
This, to say I am sure on CM12.1, if SELinux kernel is set to permissive, bcmon can work. Just I still cannot manage to put that thing outside managed mode....
I reached again also to recompile a kernel, hoping it works without downloading the entire ROM source, otherwise I have to wait at least another month to reach a connection without limits. This weekend I'm going to try to flash and if it works I'm going to check also bigfatwifi.
Still anyway I'd like to see why my device, working perfectly with CM 10.1.3, won't work with CM12.1 even with SELinux as permissive, no complains about PIE...
In these days I'll have a better look on previous posts.
Besides, let me know if the symlink trick will help.