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Atm there is no solution

URDLV only for AP <= MJ3.
 
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Then is it possible to downgrade from 4.4.2 to 4.3?
Also, when it says "If you are running MJ4, MJ7, MK1, MK2 or higher you can still root, but you will trip KNOX!", what are the ones that can be rooted without tripping KNOX? (How are these ordered?)
I quite don't get it..
What is AP and CSC?
4.4.2'(kitkat) has locked bootloader wich WILL trip knox flag.
Only 4.3 (jelly bean) can 'safely' be rooted.

AP means access point a lot of things (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AP).
Dont think @vndnguyen meant access point.
So he might need another abbreviation as we don't want to get confused.
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@HanZie82: when I say AP I implied the one in his previous post. In this case it means PDA version.
@randomid4: As I've said, with AP (PDA) <= MJ3 you can root without tripping Knox. It means if AP = MI3, MI7, MJ1, MJ3 you can use URDLV. And this method is not useful with AP = MJ4, MJ7, MK1, MK2... etc
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