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Reflash the HK one that you had. I had similar results trying to flash an Australian version - not sure why. Instead of going back to MI7 I flashed HK MK1 version using the RDLV method - now on MK1, rooted, Knox on 0x0.

Will work on getting to Aust CSC later when I have had the phone more than 2 weeks and willing to risk warranty.
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How do i do the RDLV method

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Go to http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2498850 and have a read through. Galaxhe posted a clear explanation of how to do it in (I think) post 1127, but do some reading of the thread as well so you understand what is going on.
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