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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, 12:17 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, 02:00 PM |#2  
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As knox is 00 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, 02:05 AM |#3  
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As knox is 00 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, 05:37 PM |#4  
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I hope that is repairing guarantee and make it even if 0x0 was developed by Root
31st August 2014, 08:02 PM |#5  
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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 00 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, 12:11 AM |#6  
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Put your phone in download mode,now see the status of knox if it is 00 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, 04:11 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 00 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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1st September 2014, 06:52 AM |#8  
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Ohh..tnx for correcting me.!But I think the problem is status of device. As knox is 00 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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