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    Default Knox.

    So, I feel that I understand enough of Knox to know what's up. 0x0 means Knox was not tripped, and 0x1 means Knox was tripped by a firmware that's not signed by Samsung.

    If I go into Download Mode (Power + Home + Volume Down), and then press volume up when the warning shows, the text in the upper left corner says:

    ODIN MODE
    PRODUCT NAME: GT-I9500
    CURRENT BINARY: Samsung Official
    SYSTEM STATUS: Official
    KNOX WARRANTY VOID: 0
    RP SWREV: A3

    I have flashed the official KitKat 4.4.2 update from Sammobile's website since South Africa's carriers are pretty much pathetic when it comes to pushing updates, I haven't tried rooting either as my S4 is only 3 months old, but for some reason I can go into the System Files with ES File Explorer (don't I need root for that?).

    Any info on this would be great because my Knox warranty should be 0x0/1, and not just 0.
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    Default Re: Knox.

    Quote Originally Posted by TowersVault View Post
    So, I feel that I understand enough of Knox to know what's up. 0x0 means Knox was not tripped, and 0x1 means Knox was tripped by a firmware that's not signed by Samsung.

    If I go into Download Mode (Power + Home + Volume Down), and then press volume up when the warning shows, the text in the upper left corner says:

    ODIN MODE
    PRODUCT NAME: GT-I9500
    CURRENT BINARY: Samsung Official
    SYSTEM STATUS: Official
    KNOX WARRANTY VOID: 0
    RP SWREV: A3

    I have flashed the official KitKat 4.4.2 update from Sammobile's website since South Africa's carriers are pretty much pathetic when it comes to pushing updates, I haven't tried rooting either as my S4 is only 3 months old, but for some reason I can go into the System Files with ES File Explorer (don't I need root for that?).

    Any info on this would be great because my Knox warranty should be 0x0/1, and not just 0.
    No, you don't need root for that. Everything looks fine for your information.


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    Default Re: Knox.

    Pretty normal to me too, I flashed two weeks ago to official 4.4.2 using Odin and that message is normal. I'm very happy with official Kit Kat, no problems until now.

    Sent from my GT-I9500 using Tapatalk
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    Default Re: Knox.

    i want to install 4.3 on GTi9500 International
    i tried through Odin.there is an message Current Binary Custom, System Binary Custom Knox Warrenty viod 1 and RP SWAEV A3....... my mobile heats up fast and message pops out saying insert valid sim and restart............

    How can i resolve the problem... please help

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    i want to install 4.3 on GTi9500 International
    i tried through Odin.there is an message Current Binary Custom, System Binary Custom Knox Warrenty viod 1 and RP SWAEV A3....... my mobile heats up fast and message pops out saying insert valid sim and restart............

    How can i resolve the problem... please help

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