After I enter this comment then I able to use root explorer to change? Also, after reboot if I want to change, I need to enter this comment again? Correct?
Yes, the command will disable selinux, then you can use root explorer (or any root app) to make changes.
Could you recommend a terminal app please? I'm using terminal app name as termux but it looks like the commend doesn't work.Yes, the command will disable selinux, then you can use root explorer (or any root app) to make changes.
Selinux will be enabled by default at each boot. If you want it always disabled, you can create a startup script to run that command at each boot. (I use EX kernel manager's "script" tool for this, but there are other methods.) Keep in mind selinux is a security feature, so it's usually not a good idea to keep it disabled all the t
I use termux, and it works as long as termux app has root permission. If the command is successful, there is no output. You can confirm whether selinux is disabled by running this: su -c 'getenforce'. "Permissive" means disabled; "Enforcing" means enabled.
Interesting. I encounter the same problem. Further investigation looks like it's related to this:
Did you do fastboot flash boot boot.img