Is there a way to reset tripped KNOX on Galaxy Tab A (2016)?


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I made the silly decision to root my tablet, but now I want to sell it on I prefer to be able to restore KNOX if possible. It is the SM-T580 (WiFi model)

 

Right now it is reporting 0x1 (tripped) and I know "newer devices" can't be fixed because of a physically blown fuse when this happens, but does this also affect the 2016 Galaxy Tab A?

 

I put the stock firmware back on it yesterday along with the Bootloader and CSC Home files, and that is the only thing still not "stock" right now.

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Yes, it affects the 2016 Galaxy Tab A. IIRC the fuse goes back to at least the Galaxy S5 and has been on every Samsung device since then. It's why I try to avoid Samsung devices if at all possible.

 

Once that fuse is blown, you can't unblow it, only hide it with a leaked engineering bootloader if one exists for your device.

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On 05/03/2022 at 16:43, otto888 said:

Yes, it affects the 2016 Galaxy Tab A. IIRC the fuse goes back to at least the Galaxy S5 and has been on every Samsung device since then. It's why I try to avoid Samsung devices if at all possible.

 

Once that fuse is blown, you can't unblow it, only hide it with a leaked engineering bootloader if one exists for your device.

OH NO! 😭 Thanks for replying to me.

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