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    Default Root Methods for kit kat Note 3 without tripping Knox?

    Anyone know if there is a method to rooting Note 3 on kit kat without tripping Knox?

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    Default Re: Root Methods for kit kat Note 3 without tripping Knox?

    None that I am aware of. Sorry.

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    Default Re: Root Methods for kit kat Note 3 without tripping Knox?

    I'm gonna check to see if my Knox counter was tripped the second time I rooted.

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    Default Re: Root Methods for kit kat Note 3 without tripping Knox?

    Just checked and my Knox counter says 0x1.
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    Default Re: Root Methods for kit kat Note 3 without tripping Knox?

    Quote Originally Posted by VDub2174 View Post
    Just checked and my Knox counter says 0x1.
    Not cool...

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    Default Re: Root Methods for kit kat Note 3 without tripping Knox?

    Yeah I just rooted myself. I tripped Knox too. Oh well. I need my mobile hot spot.

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    Yeah, I'm not worried about my Knox being tripped.
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    Default Re: Root Methods for kit kat Note 3 without tripping Knox?

    Used geohots root towelroot. Did not trip Knox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimThompson05 View Post
    Yeah I just rooted myself. I tripped Knox too. Oh well. I need my mobile hot spot.

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    Just thought I would mention to any people viewing this thread who are just looking to use their wifi hotspot that the app foxfi after one of its recent updates works to enable wifi hotspots for kit kat. And the app Bluetooth Auto Tethering will work for using Bluetooth internet connection when locked by your service provider. Thus rooting for only the ability to use your phones wifi hotspot functionality is unnecessary. And if someone would confirm that the root method above works without tripping knox I would much appreciate it!
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    Rooted with towelroot, when I checked I had not tripped knox. Supersu will disable knox and when your system registers as custom xposed has settings to trick the system into thinking it is still official.
    Edit: I don't know if flashing a rom will trip the system. Maybe someone else does.

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