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Galaxy S5 Knox Reset (New Hope)

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10th April 2015, 10:25 PM |#331  
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I bought before 10 days the galaxy s5 g900f and I root it with odin.
Nothing else, just root it. And now my knox is 0x1.
Can I reset it to 0x0 again?
Please help!
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No.

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10th April 2015, 10:28 PM |#332  
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Hi to everyone.
I bought before 10 days the galaxy s5 g900f and I root it with odin.
Nothing else, just root it. And now my knox is 0x1.
Can I reset it to 0x0 again?
Please help!
Thank you

Not yet.
10th April 2015, 11:09 PM |#333  
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Not yet.

Some people say, not ever!
10th April 2015, 11:28 PM |#334  
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IF we are talking eFuse it will never be something like a "easy fix". Read back some pages.

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12th April 2015, 10:22 PM |#335  
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Has anyone actually seen this "burned" efuse? Or is it just a speculation?
13th April 2015, 12:04 PM |#336  
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If I'm not misguided, the eFuse is INSIDE the main SoC, not in visible part of phone
13th April 2015, 12:08 PM |#337  
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Even if there was a switch inside the phone to reset the KNOX eFuse or whatever it is, opening it would void the warranty itself wouldn't it?
14th April 2015, 03:00 AM |#338  
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eFuse isn't your usual fuse where a wire get's burnt or cut off when triggered. It is a software logic where the chip reprograms itself. So no. You can't do things like open it up and connect 2 wires or switch something then it's back to original. You'd have to replace the whole chipset if it's indeed an efuse thing.
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Even if there was a switch inside the phone to reset the KNOX eFuse or whatever it is, opening it would void the warranty itself wouldn't it?

15th April 2015, 10:21 AM |#339  
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Exclamation KNOX is not restorable counter!
the KNOX counter is eFuse technology protected chip, can't reset, this approved by Samsung and Chainfire! KNOX counter is jump 0 to 1, forever is 1! There is no method which can be restored to 0. The S4 and Note3 or older Samsung phone received KNOX platform, that modifiable this counter, S4 and Note3 or older phone is only software the KNOX counter, nothing eFuse protection! Read you after!
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