How about AT&T changes like the APN settings and maybe the build.prop so I can get some of the AT&T utilities?
I'm ready to test when you have anything.
I've been using Xprivacy to monitor what apps request what data, so fast after Vroot I haven't seen any apps requesting my personal info or phone info like IMEI. Sooo, I'm going to day Vroot is a good option for getting around KNOX.
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Several reasons, biggest being they don't want there files redistributed, says on there thread.
Second for a person that is new to rooting I believe that the process can be a bit much. It's almost an intro into Linux and Android just to get the phone rooted with there method, and if a newb isn't paying attention to there build number I don't want them *itching to be about it afterwards because they voided there warranty. With Vroot it either works or it doesn't. From what I've tested they don't offer a method that triggers KNOX.