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The towelroot works on the snapdragon version of Note Pro. P900 is built on Exynos and therefore it will not work.

So far the only confirmed models are P905, P905V (Verizon) and P907A (AT&T), and only if you have not accepted an OTA update in the past month.
Kind of in shock I thought my 907a was a octacore..juat found out its only a quad... cant believe I didnt notice that when inbought it
 
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Kind of in shock I thought my 907a was a octacore..juat found out its only a quad... cant believe I didnt notice that when inbought it
Don't feel ripped off. Snapdragon is a better processor, at least in this implementation of Note Pro. Don't be fooled by the word Octacore. Only 4 cores work at a time for Exynos.
 
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Does this trip knox?
 
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I rooted, allowed SuperSU to disable Knox, and no Knox trip.

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Want to confirm that this worked perfectly for me as well. Easiest root I've done. No Knox Trip either.
 
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Got random reboots with the SM-907A (xxxxAND7) via towelroot method. Used the latest SU and just let it disable Knox on it's own. The more knox stuff I froze via Titanium Backup, the more frequent the reboots were. Root itself did work though; knox still 0x0, showed as "official," but the random reboots were a bit annoying. Even letting SU disable Knox and leaving everything else enabled, still would reboot to the AT&T logo every couple days.

I've already uninstalled the AT&T bloat and left everything else there. I'm just going to unroot for a bit and see how it goes. Besides, not like disabling all of that stuff really helped performance much anyways. AdBlock randomly caused webpages not to load and I don't keep anything all that important that needs to be backed up. So I'll live with near-stock + Nova for now.
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