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Honest opinion. ..on tmobile

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17th February 2014, 03:52 AM   |  #1  
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Hi guys I was just wondering if any of you guys have note 3 from tmobile... reason I ask is I wanna root without effecting knox security because I would like to keep my jump plan. ..I just wanna be able to debloat this phone and also I would like to use aroma type customization. ..I am used to epic 4G touch being rooted and I learnt so much with that phone I would like to learn note 3... but I don't wanna hurt my plan from tmobile because they actually let me purchase this beautiful phone with no contract and didn't have to pay a full price at once. ... Thanks to anybody that has any answers. ..

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17th February 2014, 04:11 AM   |  #2  
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Hi guys I was just wondering if any of you guys have note 3 from tmobile... reason I ask is I wanna root without effecting knox security because I would like to keep my jump plan. ..I just wanna be able to debloat this phone and also I would like to use aroma type customization. ..I am used to epic 4G touch being rooted and I learnt so much with that phone I would like to learn note 3... but I don't wanna hurt my plan from tmobile because they actually let me purchase this beautiful phone with no contract and didn't have to pay a full price at once. ... Thanks to anybody that has any answers. ..

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Do not worry about knox no tmobile employee will care when you trade in your device nor really check that.
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Do not worry about knox no tmobile employee will care when you trade in your device nor really check that.

Thanks dude I really hope your right...What root method should I use?

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Yep--T-Mobile parts out devices and couldn't care less whether the device is modified. All they do is (briefly) inspect hardware, including water sensors, and ensures that it boots. That's it.

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17th February 2014, 06:57 AM   |  #5  
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Yep--T-Mobile parts out devices and couldn't care less whether the device is modified. All they do is (briefly) inspect hardware, including water sensors, and ensures that it boots. That's it.

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Thanks man could you give me a recommendation on a root method. .. without a pc would be nice. . But if I have to have a pc I will. .. Any quick methods

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17th February 2014, 08:12 AM   |  #6  
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Do not worry about knox no tmobile employee will care when you trade in your device nor really check that.

Lost is 100% right there, i can totally attest to that.

As far as root method...i used CF-Auto-Root...but if you want to install a custom rom, youre going to HAVE to trip knox and void the warranty, the warranty is usually the samsung warranty you have to fear, but if youre going to t-mobile you will most likely be all set, even then there are way to restore everything.

But i own a Note 3 N900T but i use Straight talk with AT&T Towers.

If youre looking for ONLY root, then that wont help you debloat anything, that will just allow you to run unsigned Apps, but Chainfires autoroot is the only way to go IMHO in that aspect. If you dont understand the differences im almost finished Writing up my Root Q&A
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