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How do I remove Custom System Status and Root and Stay on Knox 0x0?

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By MariosFFX, Senior Member on 27th August 2014, 01:17 PM
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As the title says I would like to revert back to Official Status, remove root and stay on Knox 0x0
I have 4.3 version, Knox 0x0, and I have reset to factory defaults and I do not have root now.
 
 
27th August 2014, 03:00 PM |#2  
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As knox is 0×0 it means you are not rooted.Just flash official firmware will solve your status.flash it wia odin.

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31st August 2014, 03:05 AM |#3  
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As knox is 0×0 it means you are not rooted.Just flash official firmware will solve your status.flash it wia odin.

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Are you sure? I thought towelroot keepa 0x0
31st August 2014, 06:37 PM |#4  
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I hope that is repairing guarantee and make it even if 0x0 was developed by Root
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Are you sure? I thought towelroot keepa 0x0

Put your phone in download mode,now see the status of knox if it is 0×0 your phone is not rooted.just flash latest official firmware.sure it will change your status to official.

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1st September 2014, 01:11 AM |#6  
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Put your phone in download mode,now see the status of knox if it is 0×0 your phone is not rooted.just flash latest official firmware.sure it will change your status to official.

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No. False. Knox flag DOES NOT mean you're not rooted if it's 0x0.

The only times this is true is if root using a method that rewrites your recovery, such as CF-Auto-Root.

The only things that trip knox are unsigned recoveries (ANY custom recovery) and custom kernels (ANY custom kernel).

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1st September 2014, 05:11 AM |#7  
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No. False. Knox flag DOES NOT mean you're not rooted if it's 0x0.

The only times this is true is if root using a method that rewrites your recovery, such as CF-Auto-Root.

The only things that trip knox are unsigned recoveries (ANY custom recovery) and custom kernels (ANY custom kernel).

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Ohh..tnx for correcting me.!But I think the problem is status of device. As knox is 0×0 there is no problem.knox is not triggered. Flashing a stock firmware changes the status custom to official. Please correct me if I am understanding wrong!

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Ohh..tnx for correcting me.!But I think the problem is status of device. As knox is 0×0 there is no problem.knox is not triggered. Flashing a stock firmware changes the status custom to official. Please correct me if I am understanding wrong!

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Correct. Flashing a full stock firmware AFTER a factory reset and wipe should return to official status, officially.

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