Knox status?

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  1. drunkclever

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    I must have several threads about knox. For some damned reason I still don't know how to tell whats my status. I really need to find out because I rooted my phone at 4.4.2... unrooted it. Soft Bricked it for a few hours. Tried several to fix it. After I fixed it, I upgraded to 4.4.4...

    Can some please tell me the steps to find out my knox status?
     
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    If you go into your application manager there should be a few Knox options in there including a set up wizard. I've had all of mine disabled for months, so that's the only info I can provide.
    Hang in there, hopefully someone can offer some more input.

    S5 tap'n
     
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    Are you wanting to know if your Knox was tripped??

    You need to turn phone off, and hold your Home and volume down and power buttons. When you see the load custom OS screen, hit volume up.

    Small typing in upper left hand corner for Knox status. 0x0

    Pull battery to restart phone
     
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    Yes. That is exactly what I'd like to know
     
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    Please read edit above
     
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    I am sry. I believe I have tried that... well just incase if I did it wrong I tried again and took a picture of it with another phone...
     

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    It seems like your OK! Samsung disabled the visual marker in odin. That way no one knows to reset it, and they can catch your rooting activity.
     
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