I'm new to android and its rooting process.
i know that rooting can void warranty of your device.
but i want to know that if i can unroot my device, can i get my warranty back???
recently i have purchased micrromax a110 with jelly bean os(alps.jb.mp.v1)
and on interrnet i found a software named "srsroot" which support 1 click root and unroot of my device.
I have a galaxy s4 from AT&T with knox on it. And I just want to root(no custom roms) but if my phone breaks or something I don't want to void my warranty because it's rooted. So is my warranty voided automatically with root or is it voided only if the root is the cause of the problem. Also if you have experience with Samsung warranty and rooting please share your story.
Lg G2 a brand new phone hardly used for 2 weeks. i am in love with this phone. i always like to click pics. although it seems lg g2 camera is decent, however i feel camera quality can be improved a lot. Later i found Jishnu's Camera mod. i wanna try it.
1) before that like to have some questions. any easy way to both Root and Unroot?
Guys have anyone of you tried to ask for warranty after you have rooted your one x?
Cause in some cases like samsung they also say that when you root your phone your warranty is void but in fact eventhough you rooted it and bricked it and asked for warranty they will give you the warranty?? Is it the same with htc? :)
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so far from what i read and comprehend so far is if i were to root my note (via http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1955423) and install a rom ( either one of the recently updated myroms) my warranty is void
however, if i were to download an app (triangle way i think?) it would reset a counter to 0 and then i could just flash a stock rom so that tmobile wont know the difference in ca
Not even sure what "rooting" is but hacking scares me to death and I fear I might destroy my Kindle.
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I have a relatively new Galaxy S3, came with a warranty. I want to install launchers to it but I do not want to void my warranty, and I don't want to root the device. I wanted to ask if it's possible to install launchers without rooting, and if installing launchers voids the warranty.