mikaere66, 05 Jul 2016What about it?When will G5 get rooted
mikaere66, 05 Jul 2016What about it?I Bought LG G5. But I Secure All The Settings If What Happen And Finally..:) I Like It And That's Good Your Life And Better Your Work And School For Searching..:)..Thanks All LG Crew And Specially The LG Company..
Alien, 05 Jul 2016So if I say buy the S7 and root it, what exactly happens?
Yeah. I get it, no more Sammy pay ... moreTripping Knox causes some internal Samsung-specific apps to not work properly, as well as a lost warranty as Samsung will most likely not service the phone.
HOWEVER, the root method for the S7 does NOT trip Knox.
What you will get is a permanent root with the ability to use Titanium Backup, install Xposed modules and play with Kernel settings and build.prop. Very fun stuff. And you can remove all of this and go "back to stock" at any time to get Samsung Pay and the phone looking like normal again, if you so wish.
Anonymous, 05 Jul 2016You will lose your warranty, that is what happens when you trigger the knox counterThis exploit/root method does NOT trigger the Knox counter. So you will not lose warranty and it's COMPLETELY reversible.
Alien, 05 Jul 2016So if I say buy the S7 and root it, what exactly happens? Yeah. I get it, no more Sammy pay ... moreYou will lose your warranty, that is what happens when you trigger the knox counter
AnonD-556180, 04 Jul 2016Wonder wat technology be like five years..Well, as you can see here it will become harder and harder to root Samsung phone. Almost to the level where it become un-rootable. New tech is getting more advanced to not let us root it anymore.
So if I say buy the S7 and root it, what exactly happens?
Yeah. I get it, no more Sammy pay - I don't care, I'm not gonna use it anyway, but what happens if you loose Knox security?
Will the phone still work and stuf? I don't care about the fingerprint scanner either.
Only super rich folks, and they own 2 or more of S7, would root their second expensive phone in the world after iphone.
AnonD-79180, 04 Jul 2016Isn't root risky these days ? I don't think you get OTA security patches if you root , not to ... moreUsing this method will NOT trip Knox, or void warranty and is completely reversible.
Rooting will kill the ability for Samsung Pay to work (confirmed), however.
Anonymous, 04 Jul 2016yeah you can do a lot of things for old devices being rooted but devices nowadays makes rootin... moreMaybe in 5 years(or less) many people would want to root their Galaxy S7 after Samsung has disclosed the update for these devices. But for now, there are little reason to root as it will disable the ota monthly security update.
TheNoteMan, 04 Jul 2016I did. 2 days after I got my Note 3. Root allows me to do many, many things with my devices. M... moreyeah you can do a lot of things for old devices being rooted but devices nowadays makes rooting or modding useless, not all tho
yuri, 04 Jul 2016Yeah, right. Who in the right mind will root their expensive phone?I did. 2 days after I got my Note 3. Root allows me to do many, many things with my devices. Making them more useful. Titanium BackUp. RemoDroid. Being able to flash ROMs instantly from my microSD.
However, after seeing what the S7 Edge, there's not so much reasons to do so. Android Developers learned features from root functions and made it possible in unrooted devices.
Anonymous, 04 Jul 2016with the prices of these phones, i won't go with rooting for sureYeah, right. Who in the right mind will root their expensive phone?