Yeah I just tried it. I'm also using D6603 (5.1.1) and it doesn't work, is there anything else that I could use to root my phone? Well I don't want to do the same mistake like last time, I already flashed my phone once (HTC) and the phone was way slower and it lost battery way faster.
I'm going to clarify to you, I installed kingroot 4.6 on my Galaxy s4 i9505 5.0.1 Lollipop and no root strategy on Kingroot, but anyway I clicked on root button, first time FAIL second time, root succesfull, BUT I check the Knox counter and guess what, Knox counter 0X1 means Tripped.
I guess that when it say "root strategy available" the KNOX counter, doesn't Trip. ¿Is that right?
- Rooting carries a risk and may void your device's warranty.
- Google Security may block the installation of Kingroot. Either choose to "Install Anyway" or disable your internet connection to continue.
- There is both an Android version and a PC version available. Please be aware that the PC version may flash a third party recovery onto your device.
- In case Purify isn't something you need, it can be easily removed.
- If you uninstall KingRoot, you will lose root access. Reinstalling and re-rooting should be a simple process, however.
- While you certainly can replace KingRoot with SuperSU, we can't guarantee success.