The SELinux Switch is a New Tool for Toggling SELinux Between Enforcing and Permissive

The SELinux Switch is a New Tool for Toggling SELinux Between Enforcing and Permissive

Some applications and modifications for Android require that SELinux be set to Permissive instead of Enforcing. Many who want this on their phone or tablet likely know of an alternative called SELinuxModeChanger or The SELinux Toggler. So XDA Senior Member Ibuprophen came out with a new tool called The SELinux Switch that lets you change a device’s SELinux state without having to permanently modify the boot script files. So your device will still boot with SELinux in Enforcing mode, but will then automatically launch and change the devices SELinux Mode after the boot process is completed.

There are a number of download options available in the linked thread below, with our XDA Labs repo being an option.


Check out The SELinux Switch in our App and Game forum

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