First off, thanks to all the hard-working devs out there who let me make my new wonderful Note 3 an even more enjoyable product. I'm now asking for some assistance, after not concretely finding answers to my questions here on XDA. Hopefully the kindness will be extended!
- Have a new Verizon SM-N900V with build MJE on it.
- Rooted with Kingo
- Disabled KNOX with SuperSU
When the Note 3 boots, I get an unlock icon with the word "Custom" on it. From my Galaxy Nexus 7/Nexus 7 experience, this usually means the bootloader is unlocked. So to check, I boot into download mode and see:
Current binary: Samsung Official
System Status: Custom
Knox kernel lock 0x0
Knox warranty void: 0x0
Qualcomm secureboot: enable (CSB)
RP SWREV: S1, T1, R1, A2, P1
Write protection: Enable
Essentially, my question is this: do I just safestrap now and flash away ROMs? I'm assuming I'd use these instructions to do safestrap: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2517610
Or is there another course of action I can take, such as directly flashing a recovery? I'm just a little confused about what my next best course of action would be.
Again, thanks in advance for any insight!