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[Q] Exchange security bypass for Note 8 Stock Rom (rooted)

20th March 2014, 10:16 PM |#1  
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Hi,

I'm trying to find an exchange security bypass mod for Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 (3G)

Have tried the following and they all don't seem to be compatible with the stock ROM
Any thoughts?

My Device and Software details are
Android version: 4.1.2
Model No: GT-N5100
Kernel version:3.0.31 (KST 2013)
Build number: JZ054K.N5110XXBMD1
 
 
21st March 2014, 03:34 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by consultguru

Hi,

I'm trying to find an exchange security bypass mod for Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 (3G)

Have tried the following and they all don't seem to be compatible with the stock ROM


Any thoughts?

My Device and Software details are
Android version: 4.1.2
Model No: GT-N5100
Kernel version:3.0.31 (KST 2013)
Build number: JZ054K.N5110XXBMD1

OK, what is doing the hack to accomplish??? Exchange uses security features, so wouldn't that break functionality???
22nd March 2014, 03:11 AM |#3  
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OK, what is doing the hack to accomplish??? Exchange uses security features, so wouldn't that break functionality???


Trying to check my corporate exchange email w/i being forced to 'always key-in a PIN', encrypted drive etc. I'm OK for all other enforcements that come with the exchange sync (e.g. force data wipe etc). Looking for a convenience factor.

Makes sense?
22nd March 2014, 11:54 AM |#4  
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Originally Posted by consultguru

Trying to check my corporate exchange email w/i being forced to 'always key-in a PIN', encrypted drive etc. I'm OK for all other enforcements that come with the exchange sync (e.g. force data wipe etc). Looking for a convenience factor.

Makes sense?

Ah, OK, I see... Have seen some thing about bypassing PIN for corporate email a few months back. Will look for it again, when I have time Monday. I thought you were disabling it completely or something.
23rd March 2014, 11:52 PM |#5  
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OK, I don't have a corporate setup with exchange so I cannot test.

My xposed module has a security option though it is not enabled and I have no way to test.

Here is a thread on another site... http://mobility.forumsee.com/a/m/s/p...n-android.html

I would just unzip the two files and side load them from SD, after doing a complete backup in TI Backup, and removing the two installs associated with the replacement apps.

This way no old settings or double apps will be created.
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