DM-Verity and Forced Encryption Disabler are now available for download. Get the latest version DM-Verity disabler to get rid of the warning message everytime you reboot your device!
Android devices have come a long way in terms of hardware and software. Android, as an operating system, has aged really well. While most users are focused mainly on the visual changes and new functionalities, Google has always made sure to implement new ways to secure Android. These new changes that help secure Android may not always get highlighted in the events, by they are really important for the Android ecosystem.
On such Android security feature is the one we are discussing today: DM-Verity. Read ahead to know more about DM-Verity and How to Disable DM-Verity and Force Encryption.
Download DM-Verity Disabler Zip
You can download the latest version of DM-Verity disabler by clicking below:
What is DM-Verity?
According to android.com:
Potentially Harmful Applications (PHAs) with root privileges can hide from detection programs and otherwise mask themselves. The rooting software can do this because it is often more privileged than the detectors, enabling the software to “lie” to the detection programs.
The dm-verity feature lets you look at a block device, the underlying storage layer of the file system, and determine if it matches its expected configuration. It does this using a cryptographic hash tree. For every block (typically 4k), there is a SHA256 hash.
In layman terms, Device Mapper Verity (also known as dm-verity) is a security mechanism built into Andoird to prevent persistent rootkits that can hold onto root privileges and compromise devices. Make no mistake, this is a very good feature which will help make your device more secure. While this may not be a problem for normal users, advanced users who try out custom ROMs and MODs and those who root their device for several other reasons, this could get annoying. Which leads to the question…
Is it safe to DM-Verity warning?
Yes – only if you know what you are doing and confident about it. If you are 100% sure that what you are doing will in no way harm your device, then go-ahead. Rooting your device, installing a custom recovery/kernel/ROM are some of the reasons why this warning appears.
On the other hand, if you have not done any of the above and also not really sure what caused the message to appear, then it is probably not a good idea to disable it. Rather, immediately restore your device to stock.
How to Flash DM-Verity Disabler Zip
- Download the zip file from the links provided in the downloads section above.
- Copy the file to your phone.
- Reboot into TWRP.
- Tap on Install > Select the Zip file > Swipe to confirm flash.
3 thoughts on “Disable DM-Verity and Forced Encryption [Zip Download]”
Nice job done. But, please there is no twrp available for my device. I have searched all over the Web and I can’t port. It’s not working. Help me, please. Reply.
A workaround is probably getting a new phone which has working twrp 🙂
Does the no-verity-opt-encrypt also disable forced encryption or it just disables dm-verity check?