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Knox raid Kk install

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5th April 2014, 01:02 AM   |  #1  
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I saw a new beta for ss that supports kitkat. 4.4. I was thinking of installing the Knox raid Kk rom into the stock slot of ss. I am currently on the mi9 that was installed when I rooted using rdlv. I was looking at the instructions for installing Knox raid Kk. My question is this. Since I have installed the beta ss 3.72 which supports Kk do I need to follow the instructions for upgrading from a jb rom or the instructions for installing on top of rom with ss?
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I saw a new beta for ss that supports kitkat. 4.4. I was thinking of installing the Knox raid Kk rom into the stock slot of ss. I am currently on the mi9 that was installed when I rooted using rdlv. I was looking at the instructions for installing Knox raid Kk. My question is this. Since I have installed the beta ss 3.72 which supports Kk do I need to follow the instructions for upgrading from a jb rom or the instructions for installing on top of rom with ss?

upgrading from jb but install safestrap 3.71 sense you are on jb then once knoxraid is installed then install ss 3.72
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upgrading from jb but install safestrap 3.71 sense you are on jb then once knoxraid is installed then install ss 3.72


i'm on NB4 and i'm having issues installing 3.72.. On the thread it reads installing issues is common. But i've tried to uninstall and reinstall at least 10times still no go. I want to install knoxraid as well.

thanks
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i'm on NB4 and i'm having issues installing 3.72.. On the thread it reads installing issues is common. But i've tried to uninstall and reinstall at least 10times still no go. I want to install knoxraid as well.

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nb4 is jb so you need to be installing 3.71 of safestrap
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nb4 is jb so you need to be installing 3.71 of safestrap

okay sounds good. i'll give it a go!.

thanks!
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okay sounds good. i'll give it a go!.

thanks!

your welcome
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