The question is, can a rooted (but older) firmware be as secure as a non-rooted (up-to-date) firmware?
Sure you install apps or modify certain files/settings to improve security, but what if there's a serious security flaw in the kernel?
Installing a newer kernel would render towelroot useless (the reason i don't mention CF-Auto-Root is because of KNOX, but you can't always have the best of both worlds)
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uest: A .pit
for a 16GB SM-G900F
, to be used with a PHN
flash the .pit
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