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If your rooting process made changes to system partition (SuperSU used to do that) or to the boot image (Magisk does that) then those changes would persist after a factory reset. However, superuser manager apps such as Magisk reside in data partition so these superuser manager apps would get deleted during factory reset. These superuser manager apps are ...


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What i know: RPMB fuse - should be set, not blown Current binary - is samsung official which is to be expected (if there was something else it would say something like "Custom (0xE03)" instead) FRP lock - is off, which should be that way, it's factory reset protection which means that FRP protected device even after factory reset will require you ...


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