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Rootong meathod for galaxy s4 4.4.2 without triggering knox

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By chrishanelloyd, Senior Member on 8th June 2014, 08:52 PM
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Is there any.. Please post if there is a way..

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Is there any.. Please post if there is a way..

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are you kidding Do you think if there was it would not be published until now
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are you kidding Do you think if there was it would not be published until now

Thats what I need to know. But there is a meathod for note 3. I was wondering if there is a method for s4

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nope, any root out there will trigger knox to 0x1
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i have reached a point where i actually dont care about it. this knox is really so annoying i wouldnt care if my s4 is bricked or broken. Especially the kitkat releases by samsung were disappointing.. first one no glonass.. second one with knox2.0 and random reboots..

I would get a different brand where at least customers are not treated like this... htc makes a lot of things better these days and the dont even exclude warranty if i interpret it correctly on htcdev. only if error is obviously caused by cfw
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