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Do the volume keys not change it anymore?

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They do change it, but the smallest size you can go now is about 3x the smallest size before.

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That is exactly what I did to d/l the OTA and that was my undoing and yes Tmobile still knows.
 
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Is T-Mobiles usage stats in the notification bar not compatible with 4.3? Just flashed it and its not appearing
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That is exactly what I did to d/l the OTA and that was my undoing and yes Tmobile still knows.
if you ran triangle away and your system says normal. they didn't really know
 
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Yes, yes they really did know. Their Carrier IQ knew and their plug in machines at the stores knew. My problem was using Triangle Away to mask my status to d/l the OTA. I should have done a full unroot using SU instead, because I did not, once the OTA was complete SU got baked into the OTA install. I couldn't uninstall it and my device status read official. However that is all now a thing of the past as we can now achieve root without tripping KNOX and get back to being Un-Rooted. Finally got rid of SU and now Tmo thinks its all good thanks to SafeRoot.

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Yes, yes they really did know. Their Carrier IQ knew and their plug in machines at the stores knew. My problem was using Triangle Away to mask my status to d/l the OTA. I should have done a full unroot using SU instead, because I did not, once the OTA was complete SU got baked into the OTA install. I couldn't uninstall it and my device status read official. However that is all now a thing of the past as we can now achieve root without tripping KNOX and get back to being Un-Rooted. Finally got rid of SU and now Tmo thinks its all good thanks to SafeRoot.

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Just need a favor, can you let me know the file permissions(octal) for su and daemonsu files under /system/xbin/.
You can do this using any file explorer(octal) or terminal emulator(symbolic), please let me know if you need any help with that.
 
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Just need a favor, can you let me know the file permissions(octal) for su and daemonsu files under /system/xbin/.
You can do this using any file explorer(octal) or terminal emulator(symbolic), please let me know if you need any help with that.
Sorry I don't know what any of that means but if it falls under the directions of unrooting then it might be gone:

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$ su
# mount -o remount,rw /system
# rm -f /system/etc/install-recovery-2.sh*
# rm -f /system/xbin/selinuxoff*
# find /system/xbin -type l | xargs rm
# rm /system/xbin/busybox
# mount -o remount,ro /system
# exit
$ exit
I am unrooted now and SU is uninstalled.
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Sorry I don't know what any of that means but if it falls under the directions of unrooting then it might be gone:



I am unrooted now and SU is uninstalled.
No, what I asked was not unrooting, I simply asked for file permissions of su and daemonsu under /system/xbin on your phone.
Did you somehow unroot coz of me, if so then I sincerely apologize. I just asked for the file permissions and did not ask to modify anything.
 
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No, what I asked was not unrooting, I simply asked for file permissions of su and daemonsu under /system/xbin on your phone.
Did you somehow unroot coz of me, if so then I sincerely apologize. I just asked for the file permissions and did not ask to modify anything.
No, I did not unroot because of you. I purposely unrooted last night. Can I even look for those files now that I'm unrooted?
 
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Ah good,
No, you can't as these files have already been deleted from your phone.

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