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22nd February 2014, 05:38 AM |#1  
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If I have knox bootloader can I:-
1) Root my device?
2) Flash different modem?
3) Flash any CM or AOSP ROM?
4) Flash any custom recovery?
I want these things to be clear for me.
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22nd February 2014, 06:11 AM |#2  
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Yes to all. Except 3 some ppl have trouble flashing different modems.

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22nd February 2014, 07:39 PM |#3  
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yeah there area ways to still do that stuff but it'll flag it, so that voids your warranty
22nd February 2014, 08:34 PM |#4  
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yeah there area ways to still do that stuff but it'll flag it, so that voids your warranty

I don't care about warranty.
I care about my freedom to choose modems and roms and edit my system as I want.
But I see Google android and Samsung in their way to loose more users by their new jails.

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23rd February 2014, 01:30 AM |#5  
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yea
supposedly knox was for making the Galaxy an enterprise level security phone. so WTF is the warranty flag all about? right?

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I don't care about warranty.
I care about my freedom to choose modems and roms and edit my system as I want.
But I see Google android and Samsung in their way to loose more users by their new jails.

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23rd February 2014, 03:32 PM |#6  
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supposedly knox was for making the Galaxy an enterprise level security phone. so WTF is the warranty flag all about? right?

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Well, the knox warranty flag has nothing to do with the phone's warranty. It's purpose is to signal to the knox container that the phone has been tampered with and is no longer able to provide the required security to the phone. Now, since there is no way to reset it like we could 0 out the flash counter with triangle away, it can also allow Samsung to see that your rooted or tampered with your phone so they can deny you warranty service. I haven't seen one post from someone that has been denied warranty service after tripping the knox warranty flag, we just all assume this will be the case since rooting your phone violates your warranty.
23rd February 2014, 04:39 PM |#7  
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Well, the knox warranty flag has nothing to do with the phone's warranty. It's purpose is to signal to the knox container that the phone has been tampered with and is no longer able to provide the required security to the phone. Now, since there is no way to reset it like we could 0 out the flash counter with triangle away, it can also allow Samsung to see that your rooted or tampered with your phone so they can deny you warranty service. I haven't seen one post from someone that has been denied warranty service after tripping the knox warranty flag, we just all assume this will be the case since rooting your phone violates your warranty.

Eh.... Doesn't your first sentence contradict everything else you said?
23rd February 2014, 09:45 PM |#8  
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Eh.... Doesn't your first sentence contradict everything else you said?

No, the Knox warranty flag has nothing to do with the phone's warranty only knox's warranty. The later statements were just the way it is. Samsung has never said your phone's warranty is invalid if the Knox warranty flag is tripped. But, if you read their warranty, it does say if you tampered with your phone than your warranty may be void. So, yes, you can infer that a tripped Knox warranty flag also means your warranty is void.


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24th February 2014, 03:25 PM |#9  
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cant wait till someone figures out how to reset Knox..then this will get interesting!!!

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No, the Knox warranty flag has nothing to do with the phone's warranty only knox's warranty. The later statements were just the way it is. Samsung has never said your phone's warranty is invalid if the Knox warranty flag is tripped. But, if you read their warranty, it does say if you tampered with your phone than your warranty may be void. So, yes, you can infer that a tripped Knox warranty flag also means your warranty is void.


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