Originally Posted by jacodaburr
Hopefully everyone who hasn't rooted yet is no longer using this Knox tripping method. Even with the latest firmware installed, towelroot.com
has the root software. Install the apk open it and click make it rain, wait at least 10 seconds then reboot (even though it says you don't need to), then get SuperSU from Chainfire
and install the apk in the zip file, open the program and update the binary via normal method, if it asks to disable Knox (and you don't need the Knox apps) then disable it. Note: this does not disable the Knox counter, just the apps.
Reboot as SuperSU suggests.
Now that you have root access, you need to get BusyBox
, get the stable version 2.6.1
If you reboot, or power up, into download mode you should see a 0x0 Knox
P.S. you don't need xposed but it has some very nifty modules.
T-Mobile doesn't care if Knox is tripped or not. So however you root you are fine.
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