So I got Virgin Mobile to send me a replacement Evo due to touchscreen issues I've been having. They are sending me the phone with a prepaid envelope to return mine. What happens if I send back my rooted phone with a custom rom? I know it's supposed to void the warranty but one, I already have the replacement and two, it's not an issue that could have resulted from anything root.
My current razr maxx hd front camera lens is clouded over with lint and it has some burn in images on dark screens. Im getting a factory warranty replacement tomorrow in the mail ,Whats the best way to transfer all my settings and apps etc? Or am i stuck doing everything one by one and taking days to get all my stuff back how i like it? thanks
Hey everyone, new to the forums but not to the Android community in general. Here's my story. I purchased my Nexus 7 back in September and I loved it until one day I have it in my pocket as I usually do and I pull it out to see that the screen is cracked and is unresponsive.
Last week i bought a new phone and i am going to sell my evo v soon so i wont be here for much longer :(, it was a great adventure while it lasted, but i will stop by every few days and check my thread and help people on other threads, goodbye to all :).
alrights guys I didn't see this anywhere in ur forum so here it is, after exchanging my s4 for a replacement, I got it with 4.3 and all this Knox nonsense already installed, Now I don't really care that much for samsung's warranty but I went out and look for a way to root our latest without triggering Knox counter just head on to the thread below and check it out...