Originally Posted by Addiso
That's not the point Knox is used for those secure businesses. It any way does it mean with having Knox means the bootloader is gna be locked. A bootloader can be unlocked with Knox still present but there is the Knox warranty that you would want to avoid of course.
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You Tell em Vato. Get the M8.. You can flash what you want.
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