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How to remove "custom" on boot screen

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spinedoc

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Dec 31, 2005
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Rooted here using the sprint method and my boot screen shows "custom". I'm returning the phone but didn't want to have anyone say it's been rooted. How do I get rid of the custom label?

I've tried unrooting and installing the official PH1 firmware but it still shows. From what I understand triangle-away will not work with Knox devices.

Sent from my SM-N930V using Tapatalk
 

ohblindone

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Sep 12, 2016
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Rooted here using the sprint method and my boot screen shows "custom". I'm returning the phone but didn't want to have anyone say it's been rooted. How do I get rid of the custom label?

I've tried unrooting and installing the official PH1 firmware but it still shows. From what I understand triangle-away will not work with Knox devices.

Sent from my SM-N930V using Tapatalk

1. Get xposed installed on your note 7
2. Install xtouchWiz or Wanam xposed module (Wanam xposed module install is recommended in the xposed install tutorial I linked above. You can do either one.)
3. Open up corresponding app for the module and go to "Security Hacks" -> Check "Fake system status."
4. Reboot
5. ???
6. Profit
 
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    Rooted here using the sprint method and my boot screen shows "custom". I'm returning the phone but didn't want to have anyone say it's been rooted. How do I get rid of the custom label?

    I've tried unrooting and installing the official PH1 firmware but it still shows. From what I understand triangle-away will not work with Knox devices.

    Sent from my SM-N930V using Tapatalk

    1. Get xposed installed on your note 7
    2. Install xtouchWiz or Wanam xposed module (Wanam xposed module install is recommended in the xposed install tutorial I linked above. You can do either one.)
    3. Open up corresponding app for the module and go to "Security Hacks" -> Check "Fake system status."
    4. Reboot
    5. ???
    6. Profit