video does not exist!
Yeah video is broke man
I forgot some chars on the end, my bad. Here it is:ya video is tits up,
I tried this root but can't seem to get my USB drivers to install, will try to get that fixed eventually, and try again.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
I work today. I'll check tonightHI
I followed your instruction on rooting the S4 MJ7 and after a few times it clicked , so thanks for that
After I went down and removed the list of apps you said that we didn't need. Using EFS I searched out "Knox" and I found a few more files.
Please let me know if these are safe to dump too:
knox folder w/ clips.info & clips.info_temp (inside the folder)
on a side note -
Verizon log in 3.1.15
Wow. Makes me glad I got the Dev Edition! Kept my unlimited & got a kick-ass phone. IR blaster, 64gb SD card, removable battery, plus great custom rom Hyperdrive.Yeah. You're SOL. Not enough DEVs use an S4 for it to gain the popularity from that group. I am a huge ROMer, and I do regret not getting a phone where I could put CM on it like I could with my GNex. Luckily, this a good enough phone in the other major areas to help sooth that sting. Camera, battery, and screen are all superb. I'm quite content in regards to that, and those specs now mean more to me than ROMing after living with Gnex for 2 yrs. Oh well, and another positive note is the S4 is such a popular selling phone that we should get 4.4(kitkat) update at least by end of next year.
Though it will only work so long as one is on wifi at home, one could find out the hostname/ip addresses it calls home to via wireshark or directly on the router and load some sort of custom firmware (ddwrt/openwrt) on the router to block said hostnames/ip addresses via blocking them with /etc/hosts or iptables.Any luck finding an exploit that doesnt require this mystery closed source app to phone home my personal data?
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Wouldn't it be easier for someone with the wireshark already set up to catch it and then publicize it for individuals to add to there pc/device host file (now that it's rooted after all )the router and load some sort of custom firmware (ddwrt/openwrt) on the router to block said hostnames/ip addresses via blocking them with /etc/hosts or iptables.
ThisIf none of that makes sense though, it's best to assume it's phoning home for benign reasons or switch to another device.
I don't own a galaxy s4, so won't be written by me unfortunately.Wouldn't it be easier for someone with the wireshark already set up to catch it and then publicize it for individuals to add to there pc/device host file (now that it's rooted after all )