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Multidisabler: disables encryption, Vaultkeeper, auto-flash of stock recovery, proca, wsm, cass
The multi-disabler started life on the Exynos S10 range, the first Samsung devices to launch with Android 9 (Pie). Since then, it has grown to support a great many Samsung devices running either Android 9, 10 or 11, and with either an Exynos or a Qualcomm SoC at their core. This includes the S10 and S20 series, the N10 and N20 series, the A10 - A70 series, the Tab A and Tab S series, Z Flip and (Z) Fold devices, and many more.
When flashed onto a compatible device, the multi-disabler will semi-permanently disable a number of device protection features and services that become problematic on a rooted device. Some pose a threat to the rooted state of the device, while others become dysfunctional and generate a flood of log messages. Semi-permanently in this context means that the disablement will persist until re-enabled by the user, for example as a side-effect of flashing new firmware with Odin. You will therefore need to reflash the multi-disabler every time you perform a system-wide firmware update.
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