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Question for anyone who can answer it correctly; would un rooting a phone (with knox tripped) and installing a fresh stock firmware then re-rooting it with this method and placing a custom rom on it would keep the knox un touched or would it still be tripped?
 
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Question for anyone who can answer it correctly; would un rooting a phone (with knox tripped) and installing a fresh stock firmware then re-rooting it with this method and placing a custom rom on it would keep the knox un touched or would it still be tripped?
Once Knox is tripped, it's tripped no way to fix that.


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Once Knox is tripped, it's tripped no way to fix that.
Didn't really want to hear that but oh well. I bought my phone unlocked online so no need for any warranty, I'm pretty confident in myself to know how to fix an internal problem if I have one (or external). Thank you for the reply
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What android version are you running? I have 4.4.2 and it wasn't working for me.
 
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Hi guys I have a question, if I root samsung firmware 4.4.2 with knox 0x0 with this tool and after I want install TWRP recovery, this trip my knox counter or leave it free?
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Baseband: XXUFNC9 + RIL FNC9 + LTE XXUGNG2
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Hi guys I have a question, if I root samsung firmware 4.4.2 with knox 0x0 with this tool and after I want install TWRP recovery, this trip my knox counter or leave it free?
custom recovery will trip knox
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