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[Q] Root 4.4.2 without tripping KNOX?

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By droidkevlar, Senior Member on 6th March 2014, 04:22 PM
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I know its only been a day since its been released, but does anyone know if it will be possible to still root 4.4.2 without tripping KNOX? And yes I know I can just trip KNOX, but I own my phone and when I go to sell it, I want KNOX still at 0x0 since some people actually need it for their jobs. Thanks in advance.
 
 
6th March 2014, 06:47 PM |#2  
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I know its only been a day since its been released, but does anyone know if it will be possible to still root 4.4.2 without tripping KNOX? And yes I know I can just trip KNOX, but I own my phone and when I go to sell it, I want KNOX still at 0x0 since some people actually need it for their jobs. Thanks in advance.

Not yet. ..I'm waiting too

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8th March 2014, 03:53 AM |#3  
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Well, KNOX will be tripped regardless if rooting, custom kernel, or custom recovery.
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Well, KNOX will be tripped regardless if rooting, custom kernel, or custom recovery.

wrong on the first -
8th March 2014, 06:01 AM |#5  
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Really? Please share your method. There are many people waiting to root 4.4.2 without tripping knox.
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Well, KNOX will be tripped regardless if rooting, custom kernel, or custom recovery.

Not 100% true. I am rooted and knox has not beeen tripped. Im running wicked as well.





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Really? Please share your method. There are many people waiting to root 4.4.2 without tripping knox.

Don't think he meant to 4.4.2. Think he was just saying it had been done for 4.3


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9th March 2014, 09:54 PM |#7  
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Not 100% true. I am rooted and knox has not beeen tripped. Im running wicked as well.







Don't think he meant to 4.4.2. Think he was just saying it had been done for 4.3


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Please read the title of this thread.......doesn't really apply to 4.3
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Please read the title of this thread.......doesn't really apply to 4.3

I'm the op of this thread, I know what it is. But when an answer is as fague as that, it leaves it wide open to people getting wrong info.

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I'm the op of this thread.

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Missed that ! Carry on
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Wonder what this is about and if it would even apply to t-mobile note 3 :P

http://www.mobtivity.com/de/news/gal...-knox-0x0.html
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