[KERNEL][12/06/2020][SafetyNet]fsociety for Google Pixel 4/XL[4.14.210]

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Tulsadiver

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I have been around here for longer than I care to admit. LOL I'm so glad this device is really taking off in the last few months. I just sent you a six pack for your contributions to the game. Over the years I have truly enjoyed this hobby and admired the work and commitment of a hand full of devs and folks willing to help each other. You are one of these folks. I keep a "short-list" on my desk of resources if I need help. It has evolved as people come and go and devices change. Please allow me to thank all the others in my post here as I'm afraid I have not thanked folks enough.

@wrongway213 @tbalden @Tulsadiver @Badger50 @flar2 @Myself5 @nathanchance @BeansTown106 @rwilco12 @Calkulin @garwin

Again Thank you.

Thanks for your support. I'm honored and humbled to be mentioned alongside those knowledgeable folks you listed.
 

TreatnHerRight

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Sorry, I'm not sure what I might have done wrong, but after flashing the latest version in FKM, there seems to be a white haze over my entire screen. Any idea how to fix this or what I might have done wrong? Thanks a lot.

Edit ignore this, decided to flash stock and go to A11 for the first time.
 
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wrongway213

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@FlatOutRU - do you happen to be on Telegram? I saw your comment about issues with the kernel in the Dirty Unicorns thread. I didn't want to reply there because it's not the appropriate place, but I did look into the issue. It turns out when I moved R to my master branch and deprecated Q, the scheduler issues from R came with it. I've reverted the scheduler problems and have a test build if you'd like to try it. My Telegram handle is the same as my name here. Feel free to contact me if interested. :good:
 

1dopewrx05

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@FlatOutRU - do you happen to be on Telegram? I saw your comment about issues with the kernel in the Dirty Unicorns thread. I didn't want to reply there because it's not the appropriate place, but I did look into the issue. It turns out when I moved R to my master branch and deprecated Q, the scheduler issues from R came with it. I've reverted the scheduler problems and have a test build if you'd like to try it. My Telegram handle is the same as my name here. Feel free to contact me if interested. :good:
I am also experiencing the white haze over the whole screen issue. Would you mind allowing me to try the test build? I love your kernel but have been experiencing this problem on the last two versions so I haven't used them. I would love to be able to use this again!
 

wrongway213

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I am also experiencing the white haze over the whole screen issue. Would you mind allowing me to try the test build? I love your kernel but have been experiencing this problem on the last two versions so I haven't used them. I would love to be able to use this again!

Sure thing. Hit me up on Telegram. I haven't had the issue you're mentioning, so let's see if this fixes it :good:
 

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wrongway213

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Anyone else unable to download from SourceForge, including the "having problems downloading?" link?


Yes, seems I can't download the 3.02 version. Able to download previous versions though so must be related to the 3.02 links. @wrongway213

I see this too, but I dunno what's going on with the links. I'll have to upload elsewhere if the issue doesn't fix itself.
 

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wrongway213

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fsociety#3.04
Download zip: https://sourceforge.net/projects/fsociety-kernel/files/fsociety#3.04.zip/download
Download img: https://sourceforge.net/projects/fsociety-kernel/files/fsociety#3.04.img/download
stable #3.04 changelog
- Linux 4.14.201 & 4.14.202
- Userland now refactored &merged in CleanSlate - no longer using Artemis Companion app/two separate drivers
- SafetyNet passing with or without Magisk via CleanSlate userland props
- Kernel logs now available via CleanSlate Companion app
- K.Adaway in-kernel add blocking via CleanSlate Configuration app
- Various scheduler improvements & fixes
Donations: https://paypal.me/wrongway213

flash and enjoy!
 

Kris Chen

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"- SafetyNet passing with or without Magisk via CleanSlate userland prop" ==> Does it mean that my phone will pass safetynet check even hardware attestation has been implemented ? So I don't need to flash magiskhide props or hardware-off patch to pretend another phone ?
 

Freak07

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"- SafetyNet passing with or without Magisk via CleanSlate userland prop" ==> Does it mean that my phone will pass safetynet check even hardware attestation has been implemented ? So I don't need to flash magiskhide props or hardware-off patch to pretend another phone ?

Correct. The userland driver in the kernel will set ro.product.name from either flame or coral to pixel 4 or pixel 4 xl, which will make safety net pass.

See here:

https://github.com/fsociety-kernel/...3af39a1d514f52d23494fe4dfdeec0a96710bef31R528


No need to flash the modules you mentioned.
 

wrongway213

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