Hello guys, I have a problem with my Galaxy S8, when I open the Secure Folder, it says:
Couldn't create Secure Folder
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I don't know why, my phone is not rooted, everything is fine and default, please help me
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@usermMxl4ws2RT What type of device are you using?
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On my Note 8, whenever I unlock my phone secure folder automatically opens without authentication, I have tried several times searching how to fix this bug but I didn't find any solution. Kindly help me to fix this error.
- galaxy note8
The problem without root
I setup new room and problem still same !
My mobile galaxy Note 8
- galaxy note8
Have you tried disabling it in settings and reenabling it after a reboot? That worked for me on a Galaxy A20.
- galaxy a20
I have buy a used Samsung S7 Edge.
Device Status: Official
Rooted status: Not Rooted.
Can't create Secure folder or start Samsung Health.
How to see if the phone has been rooted:
- Power off your device.
- Once off, simultaneously press the volume down, home, and power button.
- When warning screen is displayed, press the volume up button.
- The Warranty Bit (Warranty VOID)
If the phone has not been rooted in the past: 0 (0x0000)
If the phone HAS been rooted in the past: 1 ( 0x0400)
If that is the case, there is no way to revert the Warranty Bit and Knox won't work on this device. The only way to get the device back to its original settings is to replace the PBA (Printed Board Assembly) on the device; hardware replacement will be required.