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Exchange Mail without Pin Lock

27th June 2014, 10:59 AM |#1  
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Hi guys,

I've just set up my exchange mail on my new Note 3 and it's great, except it needs a PIN lock so every time I go to use my phone I have to put the PIN in which gets annoying.

Just wondering if there's a way to have the exchange mail without the PIN lock?

I downloaded a hacked mail app for my SGS3 when I had it which worked perfectly, but I'd like to avoid putting a custom OS on my Note 3 just to get the hacked mail app, if possible.

Any suggestions would be great
 
 
28th June 2014, 12:34 AM |#2  
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Yes, there's an Xposed framework add in called "Exchange Security Bypass".

Works great.
28th June 2014, 12:59 AM |#3  
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Thanks mate, that looks like a good solution.

Can I install Xposed on stock ROM, without having to flash or anything though? I want to keep my phone stock.. I can't really figure out the answer to this question from the FAQ and General Info pages..

Cheers
28th June 2014, 07:30 AM |#4  
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Thanks mate, that looks like a good solution.

Can I install Xposed on stock ROM, without having to flash or anything though? I want to keep my phone stock.. I can't really figure out the answer to this question from the FAQ and General Info pages..

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Should work as long as it's rooted[emoji4]

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28th June 2014, 01:01 PM |#5  
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Hi Rosli,

Unfortunately it looks as though CF AUto Root is having some issues with 4.3 SM-N9005 so doesn't look like I can root it. I tried to update my phone and it says there are no updates available - I don't think 4.4 is offered to Australia.

Is there another way to root the phone?

Cheers
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Hi Rosli,

Unfortunately it looks as though CF AUto Root is having some issues with 4.3 SM-N9005 so doesn't look like I can root it. I tried to update my phone and it says there are no updates available - I don't think 4.4 is offered to Australia.

Is there another way to root the phone?

Cheers

I believe you have managed to get your phone rooted as I saw someone replied your post in CF Autoroot thread.
Else just try towelroot

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