I think this has been answered in the past. The crucial part is that Win Defender nowadays is powerful enough to detect the intend dirtysanta has for the bootloader; while of course lacking the context to recognize that this is intendet and wanted.
Doniedogawa is completely right.
Thanks for the explanation. I finally got it to work with the assistance!Doniedogawa is completely right.
Nearly ALL root solutions 8nvolve using an exploit, that later down the road gets patched and uploaded to a kind of Centeral registry that most, if not all antivirus programs eventually get updated sources from.
That inevitably returns a false positive for us modders, Dev's, and root aficionados.
Unless it's a 0day exploit, and you don't have that specific exploit added to your "allowed to run" exceptions list, they pretty much Always return a trojan found flag.
If ur running Windows antivirus, you need to disable BOTH real time analysing and further down the list, disable protected folder access 8f your using this dirty Santa root solution.
Just remember to turn it back on when finished rooting
And if you're really worried, you can:
* disconnect your computer from the internet,
* turn off your antivirus and protected folder access,
* run the root solution
* then run a scan on your computer before reconnecting to the internet.
That way all your worries will be put to sleep before any information can be sent back and forth over the internet if you still have concerns
I personally have used this root solution on three different phones, and it works flawlessly, even though there's a LOT of steps! Lol!
Technically, it's a 4 or 5 year old exploit, that falls under the general moniker "Trojan".
Maybe you have to enable OEM unlock in Developer options.I have a LG v20 h990ds. with an Android version 7.0 security patch level November 1, 2016.
I just can't get the bootloader to open.
After step 16. I have a red triangle: your system is no longer safe reboot...
I somehow got it to boot again but I can't get into the normal fastboot anymore.
How can I fix this?View attachment 5600755
but this reboots to normal boot. It is broken after applying patch. Screen is completely purple. And I couldn't figure out that it is normal install is broken but not recovery boot.
fastboot flash recovery twrp-3.0.2-1-h990.img fastboot flash recovery twrp-3.0.2-1-h990.img fastboot reboot
dd if=abootbackup.img of=/dev/block/bootdevice/by-name/aboot sync sleep 30 sync
dd if=/dev/block/bootdevice/by-name/abootback of=/dev/block/bootdevice/by-name/aboot sync sleep 30 sync
fastboot flash aboot abootbackup.img (wait >30s) fastboot flash aboot abootbackup.img (wait >30s) fastboot reboot
The two tweaks I'm most tempted to do is adding UDF (rather better FS than exfat) and to enable some of the extra security protections around the modem (a vulnerable area).
I'll be happy to assist others who want to add extras to the kernel. I've been assuming my taste in kernel tweaks wouldn't suit many people. Just need someone who wants to build kernels.
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