Strange, all the people who tested that boot image before never reported any problem like this. Maybe the file got corrupted or something when you downloaded it?
I redownloaded boot.img, checked the SHA-256, but it's same.
Done. Can't edit the thread for some reason so here's the link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1LskUQ350nIEr7Stq3YpzYz4BHe_2pa_3/view?usp=sharing
Thanks. I flashed this boot image and it's fixed and no soft brick andDone. Can't edit the thread for some reason so here's the link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1LskUQ350nIEr7Stq3YpzYz4BHe_2pa_3/view?usp=sharing
kernel not seandroid enforcingerror.
I don't understand what you mean with "scattered throughout the threads". This is the only thread.
Sorry,I am new to these type of discussions (forum type).Can you please share those links once again?I just switched from iPhone 12 Pro Max and don't know anything about system level tweaks and things needed for it.So,Please????????
The links are here in the thread. Take a look to the part where it says "Downloads:"
Your warranty is now void. Me and all the contributors are NOT responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards, thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please, do some research if you have any concerns about the features included in this ROM before flashing anything. YOU are choosing to make these modifications on your own.