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You can forget it. Looks like you have a locked bootloader from your network. Nothing can be done on such phones, unless your network provider decide to unlock them.
come on! there should be a way to remove that locked bootloader
 
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come on! there should be a way to remove that locked bootloader
I suppose you can try again on different USB port (not a hub) or even a different PC. But if your phone truly has a locked bootloader nothing can be done.
 
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I suppose you can try again on different USB port (not a hub) or even a different PC. But if your phone truly has a locked bootloader nothing can be done.
ok. that means, the locked bootloader cannot be edited/erased/ and put new one? What If try to load a custom firmware such as CM?
 
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Fs the word knox is in your download mode then you have knox bootloader and dont try to flash anything that has been modified.

Can you post your download screen
here it is attached. It shows:

knox warranty - 0x1
knox kernel lock - 0x0
bootloader RP swrev : 1
write protection : enable

 
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here it is attached. It shows:

knox warranty - 0x1
knox kernel lock - 0x0
bootloader RP swrev : 1
write protection : enable

You should've done more research before you start... Your Knox is already triggered - 0x1... Should been on 0x0

In *some* rare cases, USB port, cable or some other USB related incompatibility/problem may throw you the 'Secure Check Fail! : sbl1' error. But it rare. BUT if your phone is a vendor specific brand with a locked bootloader, NO you can't do anything. Crack a locked bootloader is on a totally different level, why do you think it more difficult to 'jailbreak' an iDevice? It because Apple has a locked bootloader.
 
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You should've done more research before you start... Your Knox is already triggered - 0x1... Should been on 0x0

In *some* rare cases, USB port, cable or some other USB related incompatibility/problem may throw you the 'Secure Check Fail! : sbl1' error. But it rare. BUT if your phone is a vendor specific brand with a locked bootloader, NO you can't do anything. Crack a locked bootloader is on a totally different level, why do you think it more difficult to 'jailbreak' an iDevice? It because Apple has a locked bootloader.
That is what I wanted to do jailbreak the locked bootloader of I9195L version!

Before I didn't know that this phone has a locked bootloader, so I tried different options like rooting and stuff. Now I understood, this phone has it locked.

There is no such thread here for doing that for I9195L version. all are for "I9195" model.

Theoretically 9195 & 9195L are same. So what I thought, first I will change my phone to I9195 and then break it
 
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That is what I wanted to do jailbreak the locked bootloader of I9195L version!

Before I didn't know that this phone has a locked bootloader, so I tried different options like rooting and stuff. Now I understood, this phone has it locked.

There is no such thread here for doing that for I9195L version. all are for "I9195" model.

Theoretically 9195 & 9195L are same. So what I thought, first I will change my phone to I9195 and then break it
LOL, go for it! 9195L sound like just a network specific variant, which tend to come with a locked bootloader.

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