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ATT SM900MJ5 rooting experience

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9th February 2014, 09:22 PM   |  #11  
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Did this trip the Knox counter?

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My knox still at 0x0. Like I said, for inexperience rooter like myself. I recommended using Odin for all you trouble since it verify your tar.md5 when you load it for flashing. Heimdall is also a good way of doing things, if you're good with ADB, and understand Linux. I use Odin whenever I can, unless the developer for a Roms, theme, install, etc require a different method.

We take risk when we root our phone, but that doesn't mean you can't choose the process that will minimize your risk. "Rooting is like having safe sex" . You take that .01% risk with a condom and look at all those babies in adoption. The same goes with your phone, and I can tell you there quite alot of Brickster out looking for help.
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My knox still at 0x0. Like I said, for inexperience rooter like myself. I recommended using Odin for all you trouble since it verify your tar.md5 when you load it for flashing. Heimdall is also a good way of doing things, if you're good with ADB, and understand Linux. I use Odin whenever I can, unless the developer for a Roms, theme, install, etc require a different method.

We take risk when we root our phone, but that doesn't mean you can't choose the process that will minimize your risk. "Rooting is like having safe sex" . You take that .01% risk with a condom and look at all those babies in adoption. The same goes with your phone, and I can tell you there quite alot of Brickster out looking for help.

Damn this sounds mighty tempting. Can you post a tutorial or a video in detail on how you managed to put a tmodile rom without tripping the Knox counter? Everyone will thank you for it.

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10th February 2014, 11:46 AM   |  #13  
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why not using kingo root?

I've had my brand new Note 3 for 5 days now. I rooted with Kingo...with no problems and then used safestrap for recovery. Sure when it comes to rooting there is always a risk but for anyone to say Kingo can't be used. .. that isn't true. I did my own research and used it

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Yeah this needs some investigation if theres a way to load tmo stock firmware theres a chance u got an unlocked bootloader that would be a huge bounty for u and happy day for att note 3 users

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