Official releases are published in my github repository: https://github.com/stargo/android_packages_apps_Safestrap/releases
This is just a mirror of the released 3.75, as this URL is already well known.
These are builds of Safestrap now fully supporting SELinux. They are signed with a different key than the one from Hashcode or the previous debug build, so in order to install them you need to do the following:
- Boot to stock
- Start the old Safestrap-version
- Uninstall Recovery
- Uninstall the Safestrap APP (due to the different key)
- Install the new Safestrap-version (signed with a new key)
- Install recovery again
If you enter recovery, the device will now also execute a new kernel, so you will get the kexec-vibrate at this point, too.
This new Safestrap is fully compatible with old ROMs, you don't need to downgrade if you want to install any old ROM.
Source: https://github.com/stargo/android_bootable_recovery https://github.com/stargo/android_packages_apps_Safestrap