Help on how i can disable knox

Hi! I owe a samsang note 3, running android 4.3 and model of SM-N9005. I have rooted it and use it for a minimum of 5 months. But unfortunately my knox was active when i swich off my device so that when i come to boot my device it cannot boot due to the fact that the knox forbids the supper su to grant permission.
My question is how can i disable knox on my device in case it is not in adb mode (i.e. pc can't able to read it). Thanks!

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In your case.

You need to go back to the forum or site that helped you root this one.

Given the advances in Android I see very very few rooted phones now. But if I was going to install another ROM I'm off to XDA Forums.

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Have you try hard reset

Hi There

Since you stuck at boot a hard reset might be helpful. First switch off your phone then Hold and press together Volume Up + Home button + Power button untill your phone vibrate. Now from list of section choose wipe data / factory data and then check if your phone is running. Let me know which method have you tried to root your device. Personally i didn't like software method to root phone you can try an app based method to root your smartphone such as Kingoroot.

Let me know if these method work for you otherwise i have second option ready for you.

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