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By cornbreadfarts, Senior Member on 16th May 2014, 07:19 AM
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I have installed safestrap and downloaded the module for the MK2 build. It then says to flash the modules file..how do I do that if I cant boot into recovery mode? I assume this is why safestrap is telling me I'm not rooted.

You flash the modules file AFTER you flash a custom ROM into a ROM slot. How did you manage to flash into a ROM slot if you can't get into Safestrap recovery?

If installing Safestrap fails and tells you you're not rooted, then either you're not rooted, or you still have Knox enabled. You'll need to be rooted before you can do any of this, so start there. See the Saferoot thread.
 
 
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