- Dec 4, 2009
Why have you moved it?
Where have you moved it to?
Will you put a link here on this thread to let people know where it is?
How exactly did you do this? That guide talks about without root, but needs you to flash TWRP (which can't be done without unlocked bootloader)I just found this guide to modify Build.prop without root, and it worked!!! (tima=0)
As I remember, I did it with odin https://www.droidthunder.com/install-twrp-recovery-on-samsung/How exactly did you do this? That guide talks about without root, but needs you to flash TWRP (which can't be done without unlocked bootloader)
But you have an unlocked bootloader? I don't believe you can flash a custom recovery with a locked bootloader, at least not on the S10 snapdragon.As I remember, I did it with odin https://www.droidthunder.com/install-twrp-recovery-on-samsung/
long time since I last wrote on xda.. just passing by
just bought my brand new Samsung Galaxy Watch Active and set it up together with my Galaxy S9 phone (will jump to the S10 in the near future). while doing so, I jumped across Samsung Health which won't work with tripped Knox as we well know.
I'm making this post to let people have the opportunity to enjoy Samsung Health on their phone, even with Knox tripped - for both Rooted (which could already use it before with a build.prop edit) and Un-rooted users
The official application has been patched in smali to bypass Knox checking.
Note: uninstall previous Samsung Health app before installing the patched one!
Compatibility: all Samsung Galaxy phones (rooted/un-rooted with tripped Knox)