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Dnt know wht the big fuss was abt... My note 4 is rooted, tooted, and def booted


Accept no imitations!
I think it's not so much the rooting as it is rooting without tripping the Knox Counter and instantly voiding the warranty. Finding a root exploit that doesn't trip Knox is, indeed, like finding a needle in a haystack. But we have some very clever developers out there working on just such a needle :)


What variant do you have rooted

Same here,just joined the club,using this tutorial from XDA:

Root the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Install TWRP - XDA TV

At 1st,I was gonna wait for ANDROID 5.0 to roll out before rooting/ROMMING/etc....

Then,I began to wonder how long it might take for SAMSUNG/T-MOBILE to push that out,WHO KNOWS,6 days/6 weeks/6 months? :evil:

I said screw it,KNOX tripper & all.Now I'm rooted & got TWRP Recovery installed.

Probably will have a TOUCH-WIZ ROM loaded up by the weekend...... :)
i understand rooting voids warranty.. but if i do not install or flash any rom just debloat via titaniumBUP. will unrooting bring my waranty back?

sg-n910c(note 4)
Rooting may void the warranty but I have talked to a t-mobile guy at a store and say u mess up your phone rooting or ur system crashes or what not. As I took it from what he said if there's no water damage and screens not broke they will give u a new one free is how I took it and he said on there check list they have it doesn't make them look to see if it's rooted or what ever


Android Enthusiast
Rooting your phone is perfectly legal. However it voids your warranty. So root at your own risk as it were. Doesn't mean you can't legally resell or exchange a Knox tripped phone.