Originally Posted by TheZander
Hello, I have been updating my phone to KitKat and following tutorials for bypassing the NAE Bootloader with KNOX. I have MK2 so I have KNOX already. Is there any reason why NAE bootloader would be any different? I have not run into any tafus with the bootloader I have now. But all the work around stuff is probably pointless right? Since it all seems to keep MF9.
I have TEP on my Sprint account so warranty has never been an issue I had broken the camera on mine. So I traded it out with a custom rom and custom recovery and everything and they didn't seem to pay any mind.
I never understood why some people stayed away from the new bootloaders other than avoiding the secured bootloader. There's more...A lot more. Recently I tried to use Heimdall to print the PIT of a N900T on Kit Kat. No go. A SIMPLE PROCESS that's HARMLESS got locked down. Now that we're unable to access that, Heimdall isn't even usable. Only Odin...and I can't use Odin to do what development I need to do on the N900T.
Yes I know this is the L720 thread but how long before we get this bootloader too? THIS is why I recommend avoiding newer bootloaders whenever possible. Samsung is starting to foolishly lock down everything like...(as noobtoob put it) that one company whose phone starts with an I.
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