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Was it rooted before the SDS?
As far as i'm aware samsung handsets come with a 2 year manufacturers warranty so If you bought if in feb 13 it should still be covered.
If it was rooted then charging to fix it is fine since that voids the warranty. But if it was a samsung repairs center and THEY tripped the knox counter...
Maybe i'v miss read something but if it was tottaly stock then i'd have pushed for a free repair/replace.
No it was pure stock and set comes with a one year warranty. ....
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Huh...I'm sure that UK Samsung handsets come with a 2 year warranty. I'll check. If it's only 1 year then the KNOX counter can shut up and rooted 4.4.2 here I come! Lol

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Ok I checked and we are both right.
Samsung phones from the EU have a 2 year warranty.
Something to do with EU regulations blah blah blah.
Sounds like a bit of a double standard to me.
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