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Default Tripping Knox by editing build.prop or using Root explorer?

I'm not new to Android or rooting. I am new to Knox with my S5. If I edit the build prop for S Health fix or edit anything with Root Explorer does that trip Knox (it's frozen in Titanium Backup), or is it only installing custom recovery and roms? I've installed Nandroid online backup..but this Knox stuff has made me anxious on that.

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I'm not new to Android or rooting. I am new to Knox with my S5. If I edit the build prop for S Health fix or edit anything with Root Explorer does that trip Knox (it's frozen in Titanium Backup), or is it only installing custom recovery and roms? I've installed Nandroid online backup..but this Knox stuff has made me anxious on that.

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I'd ask in the correct forums:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/verizon-galaxy-s5
 
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I don't think it will as the only things that will trip Knox are flashing a third-party Recovery (like CWM/TWRP) or custom ROM.
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