I am having problems setting the kernel to permissive (SElinux). I have already tried the
setenforce 0 command with terminal but it immediately goes back to enforcing as soon as I set the
setenforce 0 command. So I finally got fed up and decided to monitor what was actually going on in my phone by using a logcat. After looking at the logcat, I found a line of code that could be setting the kernel to enforcing by default.
Here is the code:
/audit ( 6001): type=1404 msg=audit(1479393162.929:264): config_always_enforce - true; enforcing=1 old_enforcing=1 auid=4294967295 ses=4294967295
config_always_enforce is set to
true so that means I should probably set this to
Unfortunately I don't know where this value is in my system. Does anyone have any idea? I have a Galaxy S6.
Also, I removed all the Knox apps, but everytime I reboot, I get Knox folders reappearing and a file called
knox emulated in the
/storage folder. Have I not removed all the Knox apps?
I will post my logcat that way ya'll can take a look at it.
I hope you all can help me because I really want a custom ROM so I can use Xposed.