Hi, if I come from another kernel I have to put that stock first If you have the zip Thank you in advance for the answer and for the great job?
Hey @Tkkg1994, where I can check my base version?You need to be on DQD3 base to make it work correctly! It doesn't work on older base
No simply flash the kernel+magisk
DQC4 which 2 months old right now
Thanks for your feedback Tkkg1994, the version 2.5.0 is build with which base ?DQC4 which 2 months old right now
You are outdated that's why. As long as you don't update the base you need to stick to the older kernel
All samsung kernels are unable to switch selinux status. But I can may have a look into the whole selinux thing
Sent from my SuperMan powered SM-G930F
As part of my effort to turn a Galaxy Note Pro into a Linux laptop I compiled a custom kernel that allows SELinux (or SE for Android as it is called in the device settings) mode to be changed to permissive. In the interest of making the minimum possible changes I did not completely disable SELinux or change the default mode. Instead I just disabled the flag that stops you from switching between enforcing and permissive modes. [...] Samsung's recent devices build upon that with some of their own security features, including a flag that makes it so you cannot switch the SELinux policy without rebuilding the kernel. [...] This process has specifically been done on a Galaxy Note Pro SM-P900 but it may work on other devices as well.
Hi, it just means, if you had already flashed a file like SuperSU or any other file by recovery, you have to flash them again after you flash this kernel.Guys, what does this means?