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21st January 2014, 02:53 AM   |  #1  
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I want to root my samsung galaxy s4 i9500 on android 4.3 (mk9) WITHOUT TRIGGERING KNOX AND WARRENTY BIT......just need root, cwm is not that important just want to keep knox and warranty bit as zero earlier I usedkingoapp but now it is not supported
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After having my original non-knox s4 replaced under warranty, ive now been given a mk9 4.3 i9505 and in the same situation.

Can anyone confirm if its possible to root without triggering knox?
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After having my original non-knox s4 replaced under warranty, ive now been given a mk9 4.3 i9505 and in the same situation.

Can anyone confirm if its possible to root without triggering knox?

Try to use Saferoot mate , and Please read more about saferoot before using it , since i still have an oldbooloader nor No knox . im not really sure if this gonna work or not.
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Try to use Saferoot mate , and Please read more about saferoot before using it , since i still have an oldbooloader nor No knox . im not really sure if this gonna work or not.

Thanks mate, gosh i didnt think to look into other i9505 sections. XDA information seems somewhat all over the place sometimes. I can confirm its working. Running root without any KNOX triggers.
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Thanks mate, gosh i didnt think to look into other i9505 sections. XDA information seems somewhat all over the place sometimes. I can confirm its working. Running root without any KNOX triggers.

Glad that help you solve that problem have a nice day.
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Glad that help you solve that problem have a nice day.

One more thing, Is there a definitive place i can go to get the latest on rooting and custom roms?

Cheers
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One more thing, Is there a definitive place i can go to get the latest on rooting and custom roms?

Cheers

Im sorry mate , I know only how to root the phone without triggering your knox but if you flash any custom rom, im sure that your knox will get void ?!? Like i said im still on oldbootloader and Please feel free to read more about here .

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