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Originally Posted by mscion View Post
Ok. What kernel are you using? Is it stock? If so you will need to flash a kernel that allows you to set selinux=permissive. You can check xda in original development for one. Once you've flashed the kernel you can set Selinux to permissive from terminal or using an app that does it. Possiby the kernel will have it permissive by default. Then try running loa.
I would search about it and fix it.

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