Knox security warnings - No biggie
[QUOTE=azraell33;47276053]Are you getting the security warnings yet? A friend has stock MJ7 and has been getting security warnings. He asked me to take a look at it . after about 3 seconds of googleing I found the answer. Its a known bug in MJ7.
Thank you for pointing this out. I checked into it and I doubt it's a bug. I DID get the security warning the next morning after install, which coincided with the timing of your message. My reaction to it was to simply agree to getting the security updates. I have not had any problems since, and my phone is running fine. I tried multiple ROMs while I had Safestrap on my phone, and MJ7 is performing as well as any of them. The caveat is that I'm not able to make as many mods to phone features, but to be honest, a lot of the mods were superficial tweaks that I didn't really use that much on a regular basis.
I APPRECIATE what developers have done to spur Verizon and Samsung into fixing the problems with the earlier versions of the software. Obviously, I was unhappy enough to attempt altering the firmware and risk losing warranty service. Having said that, I've come to a place where the time and effort it takes to act as my own customer service agent isn't serving me well. When I started having problems with my custom ROM and realized there had been not one, but TWO Verizon updates in the space of 3-4 months, I made a choice to accept the good with the bad and go the route of accepting updates in one easy click, instead of expending the energy it takes to be my own R&D and customer service department.
MJ7 is running fine. Energy efficiency seems very good. Stability appears solid. Response time and hangups appear to be all but eliminated. Those were the reasons I tried a custom ROM, energy efficiency, stability and performance. MJ7 seems to have addressed those reasonably well.
A big THANK YOU to developers who had an influence in nudging Verizon into action. Security will continue to be a looming issue, and hopefully it will not quash the creativity of brilliant independent thought.