I rooted my Sony Xperia E3 (D2203) a while ago using Kingroot, which worked flawlessly.
Before rooting my device,
/system could be accessed, which is how root was installed in the first place.
However after rebooting the phone, I now cannot mount
rw, as the kernel mounts it as
Read-Only and gives me a
Operation not permitted error whenever I try to remount it as
rw. Apparently the kernel on Sony devices detects root and mounts
I cannot flash a new recovery as the bootloader is permanently locked.
What can I do to mount
/system at startup as
rw, or mount
/system when the device is online?
A non-destructive method would be great.
Here is the command I'm using to try and mount
mount -o remount,rw /system
Yes, the terminal is in root mode.