I have Verizon Note 3 with version 4.3.
In the past I was able to root it with out tripping KNOX. Recently I tried to use ROM Recovery, but then found out that ROM recovery would not work on Verizon variant. In the process I soft bricked the phone. I used Odin to re-install OS. The phone works and I can get to Odin and recovery modes, however, it is not rooted. I tried rooting it again using Odin and Root Dela Vega method, but this time it would fail. I notice that Odin mode displays the following:
PRODUCT NAME: SM-N900V
CURRENT BINARY: Samsung Official
SYSTEM STATUS: Official
KNOX KERNEL LOCK: 0x0
KNOX WARRANTY VOID: 0x1
QUALCOMM SECUREBOOT: ENABLE (CSB)
RP SWREV: S1, T1, R1, A2, P1
WRITE PROTECT: Enabled
It looks like I tripped the KNOX warranty.
I do not often do this kind of stuff, so I do not know exactly how do I root it in this situation. So my questions are:
1. Can the KNOX warranty be reversed back to 0x0? I think there was a post about it, but I could not find it.
2. How do I root the phone now?