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I think someone already answered this bit can I flash a 4.4 rom if I'm on stock 4.3??
 
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I think someone already answered this bit can I flash a 4.4 rom if I'm on stock 4.3??
Yes, but you will have to either modify the assert lines to reflect your new bootloader or delete the assert lines completely. Just be sure you have downloaded a d2spr ROM. And by stock 4.3, did you take the official Knox update or flash a modified Knox-free version?
 
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Yes, but you will have to either modify the assert lines to reflect your new bootloader or delete the assert lines completely. Just be sure you have downloaded a d2spr ROM. And by stock 4.3, did you take the official Knox update or flash a modified Knox-free version?
i took the stock 4.3 with the knox ... im wondering the same thing
 
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i took the stock 4.3 with the knox ... im wondering the same thing
My understanding is that you can still root and flash custom ROM's as long as you don't care about permanently tripping the Knox flag. What you definitely do not want to do is try to use Odin to push a stock .tar with a bootloader that is an earlier (pre-Knox) version because Knox will interfere and hard brick your phone.
 
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Yes, but you will have to either modify the assert lines to reflect your new bootloader or delete the assert lines completely. Just be sure you have downloaded a d2spr ROM. And by stock 4.3, did you take the official Knox update or flash a modified Knox-free version?
It is a stock rooted rom without the knox apps!!
 
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It is a stock rooted rom without the knox apps!!
That's good, should save you the headache of re-rooting and disabling Knox apps. If you don't know how to modify/delete the assert lines let me know.
 
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That's good, should save you the headache of re-rooting and disabling Knox apps. If you don't know how to modify/delete the assert lines let me know.
Hey can I flash any 4.3 rom without any problems Like cm10??
 
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Hey can I flash any 4.3 rom without any problems Like cm10??
That should be a yes. I need to clarify as well, I think I got a little mixed up about who had what with your question and the other question from the user who took the OTA. You will need to know which bootloader you have, if it is the newest MK3 version, then the updater-script will not have your bootloader listed in the assert lines and you will then be required to modify the asserts to reflect your specific bootloader or delete the assert lines altogether. The user who took the OTA should definitely have this version installed. If you are on a previous bootloader like MD4, no modifying or deleting will be necessary with the asserts.
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