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This is hilarious!

These things always freak out Anti Virus programs. Of course they do, it exploits a security fault. That's what enables you to root your devices. And security exploits is what Virus Scanners are designed to detect.
 
 
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My kaspersky is showing the download as HEUR:Exploit.Script.Blocker.U,is this safe
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Viruses on non rooted phone? Is it ever possible?
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Viruses on non rooted phone? Is it ever possible?


Does this method work with a unlocked at&t samsung galaxy S3 mini running android 4.4.2?
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Does this method work with a unlocked at&t samsung galaxy S3 mini running android 4.4.2?

Try it, or ask in the S3 mini forums
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