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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by giannis97, Mar 22, 2020.

  1. giannis97

    giannis97 Newbie
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    Hello i have g965f
    I had it rooted and unlocked bl etc
    After that i went to android 10
    Cannot use any samsung official app cuz i tripped the knox
    I cannot now root s9 plus , triedo to flash twrp but never open the twrp recovery to flash magisk etc

    The main idea of rooting again on android 10 is to change the build prop after that but i saw many comments that there is not blood pressure i dont know guys need your lights here..

    Tried patched apks for s health app there is no blood pressure option(heart sensor)
    Pleaseee guys i need to fix this issue...
     



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  2. mikedt

    mikedt 你好

    Think that could be a problem. Because Knox uses a non-resettable e-fuse, a hardware feature. And AFAiK once it's tripped and Knox is showing "0x1" and not "0x0", I'm sure only Samsung sort it.

    Knox was originally intended for corporate and enterprise users, to ensure that their phones haven't been tampered with and are secure.
     
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  3. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    just an fyi never update a rooted phone. you just need to wait for a developer to come up with custom rom that has the update. or something that will allow you to maintain root while accepting an update.

    you said you tried to flash twrp. what happened? error? nothing? the more details you give us the better we can help.
     
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  4. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    you should still be able to root a device that has knox tripped. you just can't use certain things on the device anymore once it has been tripped......which includes the health app. so yeah unfortunately there is nothing you can do as far as the health app and knox.
     
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  5. Xavier Black

    Xavier Black Android Expert

    Though..to the best of my knowledge , I think you still can use S health even though the Knox situation..i deleted my all the Knox components on my phone and I still being able to use the S health what you need to do is install a different version of it..that's all you need to do..

    To give you an idea I have a Note4 and the version I'm using is the one that came with my Note5..

    Before I installed this version my phone S health wouldn't work now it does work flawlessly..
     

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  6. giannis97

    giannis97 Newbie
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    Thanks for quick response,
    when i flash twrp and try to get into it is just boot the phone, doesnt go to TWRP RECOVERY
    also , i can use S HEALTH on android 10 firmare official but there is not blood pressure option(heart sensor or what ever is called) thats what i need a lot.
     
  7. MrJavi

    MrJavi Android Expert

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  8. giannis97

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  9. MrJavi

    MrJavi Android Expert

    No, I don't have an S9 plus but if I would attempt it, I would first have a working custom recovery. Make a backup of all partitions.
     
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  10. giannis97

    giannis97 Newbie
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    why is that? is not any zip flasher
     
  11. MrJavi

    MrJavi Android Expert

    I have an old rooted Note 4 but I often port system apps.

    Samsung C5

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    Samsung S7

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  12. MrJavi

    MrJavi Android Expert

    Porting not .zip flashing
     
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  13. MrJavi

    MrJavi Android Expert

    The same reason you attempted to install TWRP to make backups, Yes? If you get it working then you can also try an app called Tipatch if you like.
     
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  14. Xavier Black

    Xavier Black Android Expert

    You were very right!, I thought my S Health was working "flawlessly"..as it turned out..it was not!..I thought it was because it was counting my steps fine..but I got inside and the blood pressure monitor allowed new just to "record" my measurements..NOT to actually measure the blood pressure by finger print scan..

    I dag further(because that's my nature..ask Mr Javi..lol)..and I came out with a solution..

    I changed my version again(you are only allowed to change it if you are rooted..and I know you are..you mentioned it)

    This is the one that did the trick(exhibits1)

    The one I thought was working fine I extracted from my former Note5..

    And if you pay attention the one I just installed and I have previously extracted from my former S5 and its the one letting me use the red light finger print scanner..get that version and you will be good.

    But here's the thing..even if you find this particular version(unfortunately it's against the Forum rules to share this type of files..other wise I gladly would send to your way) you can't just install on top of the current one you have..you have to delete the older one and port the new one..
     

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  15. giannis97

    giannis97 Newbie
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    does the blood sensor works?
     
  16. Xavier Black

    Xavier Black Android Expert

    That's what I said.
     
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  17. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    recovery is so important on a rooted phone, especially if you are going to alter the os. a recovery allows you to make nandroid backups which is a backup of your entire phone. it is kind of like a save point in a video game. if you screw something up or something did not go right, as long as you still have a recovery, you can always restore back if need be.

    i will never root a device unless it has a working custom recovery that i can install. so lets get twrp up and running before you attempt anything else;)
     
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  18. MrJavi

    MrJavi Android Expert

    WoW, thats very
     
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