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Default [Q] knox warranty 0x1

My phone is S4-i337M.with samsung MVLUEMK6 4.3.

After rooting or installing CWM in ODIN i noticed that knox warranty shows 0x1.
Phone boots normally - no issue. It safely can go to download mode.

Question: Is it OK to install custom roms without outright chance of bricking. (I understand the risk of bricking with any modification)

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Yes, you can install custom roms even though Knox has been tripped.

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Yes, you can install custom roms even though Knox has been tripped.

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+1

You might as well go all out and install custom everything, since Knox is already tripped anyway.
Phone: Bell HTC One M8 [Carrier Locked, Bootloader Unlocked, S-Off, Rooted]
ROM: SkyDragon v15.0
Kernel: SkyDragon

Phone: Bell Galaxy S4 i337M [Unlocked, AWS Modded, Rooted]
ROM: danvdh's GPE 4.4.4
Kernel: Alucard v2.0 for GE
Modem: NE3


Phone: T-Mobile Galaxy S3 T999 [Unlocked, Rooted]
ROM: CyanogenMod 10.0.0
Kernel: Stock CM
Modem: MD5


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