How to Disable Samsung KNOX in Rooted Galaxy S Phones
How to Disable Samsung KNOX in Rooted Galaxy S Phones – Have you ever heard about the Samsung KNOX? I bet most of you out there are not aware of this feature. It is basically an enterprise security system made by Samsung for Galaxy series. Which means, the next Samsung Galaxy S5 will also inherit this feature.
If you have a Samsung phone that comes with at least Android 4.2 jelly bean OS, then most likely you will have this feature. Left alone, the Samsung KNOX work like a charm. It is secure and useful. That said, if you rooted your Samsung Galaxy S series the Samsung KNOX would probably meddling with some apps and games, making them unable to load.
How to Disable Samsung KNOX in Rooted Samsung Galaxy Series
This time around we are going to give you the first part of the steps on how to disable Samsung KNOX in rooted Galaxy S series phones. Let’s look at it as a preparation process so that everything will go smoothly. The steps are very easy, and soon after you disable the KNOX you can root with no worries. Although the whole process is a breeze, we do have to remind you that we are not responsible for the result.
In order not to lose any important data you already have, the first step would be backing up your data, including your apps, contacts, messages, APN (3G, MMS, etc) settings, etc. Basically you might want to backup everything just in case something goes wrong.
Although you can do the backup manually, you can also opt for other options. First you can use the Samsung KIES, or perhaps you can also use custom recovery app such as ClockworkMod recovery, TWRP, etc. Make sure that your Samsung Galaxy S phone is fully charged before trying to root it.
You should always enable the USB debugging mode. This allows the phone to properly connect to the computer. To do this, all you have to do is go to Settings >> Developer Options >> USB Debugging. Just tick the box and you’re done. If you don’t see the Developer options then you can try to go to Settings >> About Phone >> Build Number. Tap it seven times and then the Developer Option should be back.
Let’s continue see this tutorials part 2 in this page: How to Disable Samsung KNOX in Rooted Galaxy S Phones – Part 2.
How to Disable Samsung KNOX in Rooted Galaxy S Phones – Part 1