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Talking Root Report - Samsung N7502 - Success

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo Duos - N7502 has been successfully rooted
  • Android: 4.3
  • Baseband: N7502XXUANC1
  • Kernel: 3.4.0-2573744
  • Towelroot Modstring: "1337 0 0 7380 4 0"
  • Device Status: Official

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I rooted my SGH-T999L with this, and it worked pretty smoothly.
I'm entirely new to rooting, so just for the sake of knowing, if I were to want to UNroot my device, how would I do that?

Also I didn't disable KNOX when prompted (had a momentary lapse of thought) in SuperSU. How do I disable it after the fact, and what happens if I don't.
 
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I rooted my SGH-T999L with this, and it worked pretty smoothly.
I'm entirely new to rooting, so just for the sake of knowing, if I were to want to UNroot my device, how would I do that?

Also I didn't disable KNOX when prompted (had a momentary lapse of thought) in SuperSU. How do I disable it after the fact, and what happens if I don't.
The easy way to unroot, open SuperSU and select full unroot.

The more thorough way, flash stock firmware with Odin.

You will want knox disabled. It interferes by blocking many apps when they request root access.

Reboot and open SuperSU. If it doesn't prompt you again, clear data for it in Application Manager. Then reopen.
 
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The easy way to unroot, open SuperSU and select full unroot.

The more thorough way, flash stock firmware with Odin.

You will want knox disabled. It interferes by blocking many apps when they request root access.

Reboot and open SuperSU. If it doesn't prompt you again, clear data for it in Application Manager. Then reopen.
Cool cool, thanks.

Only other thing is that I still get a notification saying that my system has blocked an attempt to access system, even though it seems that the root action is still taking place.
 
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I've seen that once or twice and then it stopped. Not sure why. Give it a little while and if its still happening you can always manually disable all knox related apps or remove them completely.
You could also flash the root66 firmware. Its pre rooted with knox already removed.
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