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On my I535 I have this is Odin:
Odin Mode
Product Name: SCH I535
Custom Binary Download: NO
Current Binary: Samsung Official
Qualcom Secureboot: Enable
Warrenty Bit: 1
Bootloader AP SWREV: 1


Baseband Version: i535VRUCML1

Can someone tell me if I have KNOX?
And if someone can tell me if there doing a safestrap for I535?

*I did take the Official 4.3 download.*
*I did use the W0lfDroid root method.*
 
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On my I535 I have this is Odin:
Odin Mode
Product Name: SCH I535
Custom Binary Download: NO
Current Binary: Samsung Official
Qualcom Secureboot: Enable
Warrenty Bit: 1
Bootloader AP SWREV: 1


Baseband Version: i535VRUCML1

Can someone tell me if I have KNOX?
And if someone can tell me if there doing a safestrap for I535?

*I did take the Official 4.3 download.*
*I did use the W0lfDroid root method.*
I think your knox counter was tripped (yes, you have it) and no, there is no safestrap available for this phone model.

If you're on the ml1 base you're stuck with root only. Any attempt to downgrade or flash a custom recovery will result in a softbrick.

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I think your knox counter was tripped (yes, you have it) and no, there is no safestrap available for this phone model.

If you're on the ml1 base you're stuck with root only. Any attempt to downgrade or flash a custom recovery will result in a softbrick.

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Ohh well Its not like i get this phone Verizon I was the Smart person who still has Unlimited data.
 
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I think your knox counter was tripped (yes, you have it) and no, there is no safestrap available for this phone model.

If you're on the ml1 base you're stuck with root only. Any attempt to downgrade or flash a custom recovery will result in a softbrick.

Sent from my SCH-I535 using Tapatalk 2

Can the warranty bit (at least as it's shown in Odin mode) be set or reset from 1 to 0?
 
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Can the warranty bit (at least as it's shown in Odin mode) be set or reset from 1 to 0?
Nope, not the warranty bit, only the flash count.

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Nope, not the warranty bit, only the flash count.

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I was afraid of that. I need to send the device back to Verizon but soon as they see that they'll charge me something outrageous. Well, at least I know not to pay for the warranty coverage anymore. Thanks for you quick reply!!!
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