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By bartas225, Member on 24th March 2014, 09:07 AM
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Hi, I downgraded my S4 from NA4 to MK8, and I rooted it. After that, I installed KNOX, and now I can't use it because it simply doesn't run... I'm able to type password, but then "KNOX stopped working"... How can I run this, or how can I uninstall KNOX? Maybe I should first install KNOX and then root phone? Or don't accept KNOX blocking while rooting?

E: Also, I have installed floating window mod, so I modified some system files, maybe this is why KNOX don't work?
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24th March 2014, 09:31 AM |#2  
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Your knox must of tripped to 0x1. I have noticed that you cannot use any knox software anymore once it's tripped.

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24th March 2014, 09:35 AM |#3  
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Your knox must of tripped to 0x1. I have noticed that you cannot use any knox software anymore once it's tripped.

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Wow, you scared me, but everything is OK. Knox flag is 0x0.

E: Ok, it looks fine for now. I just unrooted, and rooted again.

E2: No... It looks like KNOX don't work when xposed is installed. Why?
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Wow, you scared me, but everything is OK. Knox flag is 0x0.

E: Ok, it looks fine for now. I just unrooted, and rooted again.

E2: No... It looks like KNOX don't work when xposed is installed. Why?

After rooting knox cant be run nd on rooting i think is should be ox1

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After rooting knox cant be run nd on rooting i think is should be ox1

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I rooted it by Saferoot, it's not touching Knox flag. Anyway, last time I was on MK8, I had rooted device, and using Knox without troubles.
24th March 2014, 05:24 PM |#6  
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Why do you want to use Knox? I don't even know what it does
24th March 2014, 05:46 PM |#7  
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Why do you want to use Knox? I don't even know what it does

Why use it
Because it is not liked by root users Knox has some good things depends on what angle he looked
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Why do you want to use Knox? I don't even know what it does

To store some files that shouldn't be opened by anyone else than me
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To store some files that shouldn't be opened by anyone else than me

oowhh, thank you
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