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How to Install Latest Adhell 3.1.1+ with new Standard Knox License Key

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In order to install Adhell 3.1, you will need to download the full source code, extract it, open the project in Android Studio, and compile it to install on Adhell 3 APK onto your Samsung Galaxy device. There is no direct APK available right now.

Step 1: Generate the Samsung Knox SDK license key

  • Sign in here with your Samsung account.
  • The Knox SDK can be downloaded here.
  • Click on Generate License Key at the left options panel.
  • Go to “Knox SDK” section.
  • Give the key a name in “Add a key alias”.
  • Press “Generate license key”.
  • Copy the key. Note: The key generally starts with letters “KLM”
  • Once generated, the Samsung Knox License key can be obtained here.

Step 2: Download latest Adhell 3.1.1

Step 3: Installing Adhell 3.1.1

  • On your Samsung device, Enable USB Debugging on your phone – Go to Settings > About phone > Software information > Press rapidly about 10 times on Build Number until a message “You are now a developer!” appears. > Go back to Settings > Developer Options > Turn on USB Debugging.
  • Connect your phone to your PC. When you see a popup on phone, select always allow from this computer to enable USB Debugging.
  • Download the latest Adhell master zip from Gitlab to PC or computer.
  • Now extract the Adhell source zip to PC.
  • Download the Knox SDK 3.1 package to PC. (Register > Login > Samsung Developer Account)
  • Download also the associated supportlib.jar
  • Download Support Lib.
  • Extract both the Knox SDK 3.1 Package and Support Lib zip to PC.
  • Copy libs folder from Knox SDK to Adhell source codeapplibs folder. Similarly, copy all the contents of supportlib.jar to Adhell masterapplibs.
  • Now we need to create the package name. To do so, create app.properties file inside the app folder of Adhell 3 source appapp.properties . Open the file using NotePad ++ and put package.name=your.package.name in the first line of the file….

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