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What did they exactly change in the newest update?

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19th July 2014, 08:29 AM   |  #11  
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I'm already rooted so I don't get updates. What update version is it? And what is the date of the update.

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19th July 2014, 08:41 AM   |  #12  
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Originally Posted by johnnytraveler

I'm already rooted so I don't get updates. What update version is it? And what is the date of the update.

Sent from my Alliance Galaxy S5.


I'm also getting this message.
Does it mean that if you are rooted you still can updates through Kies??
19th July 2014, 09:51 AM   |  #13  
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I'm also getting this message.
Does it mean that if you are rooted you still can updates through Kies??

Short answer is yes. However, it will unroot your device whereby you will have to flash Beans cf_autoroot again.
Also Sammy may get knowledge that were rooted to start. Once you rooted, you tripped knox (thereby voiding your warranty) . We may get a way in the future to reset knox so that should you need service, you could flash back to stock and reset knox. With kies, sammy may record that knox was tripped and void your warranty, regardless of what you may do to it in the future.

Lastly, it will reinstall any bloat you may have deleted.

I went ahead and flashed it as I will be moving to Vietnam and nobody there ever checks knox, especially on top tier products.
Sent from my Alliance S5-900V.
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