Root [Verizon] Is anybody else getting annoying Security Notice when they Update to 4.3?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by xintensex, Oct 30, 2013.

  1. xintensex

    xintensex Well-Known Member
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    I updated the policy and it keeps coming up wtf ?? I knew 4.3 was too good Smfh :(
     

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  2. ironass

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    That's because, if you rooted+recovery on Android 4.3, it looks as though you may have blown your warranty. See...

    Warning - Knox Security on 4.3 quad core firmwares
     
  3. xintensex

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    I m Not Rooted its Stock ??
     
  4. ironass

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    My bad. I thought that as you are in the, "(Verizon) Galaxy S4 - All Things Root", section of the forum, you might be rooted. In that case you are receiving the standard notification.

    UPDATE Seems that you're not the only one getting this...

    http://androidforums.com/samsung-galaxy-s4/789024-4-3-upgrade-samsung-security-issue.html

    Security Notice After Update to 4.3

    Something similar happened when Knox came out for the International version 5 or 6 weeks ago...

    Android Samsung Galaxy S4 'Security Policy Update' Problems

    Back then it was WhatsApp causing quite a few of those notices. However, Whatsapp has since updated their app and it may be another user app causing the problem.
     
  5. ktklein72

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    I'm getting the same issue and am on stock 4.3, no root and no safe strap. It didn't start immediately so perhaps one of my apps is triggering it. I have no clue how to track that down though.
     
  6. OstrichSaK

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    It seems that connecting to WiFi is the most common trigger for most users.
     
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  7. ktklein72

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    I completely agree.
     

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