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Old December 4th, 2009, 11:50 AM   #112 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Andy2010 View Post
Rooting the phone is not a good solution, this is essentially what Rogers is trying to do is to get the user take care of their own problem. We paid for it and why should we take chance of damaging the device and having the warranty being voided.
Good point Andy2010. I just don't want to torture myself with a technological brick that is only 3 months old. I have another rogers forgotten phone (windows mobile 6 palm 750). I was promised that the android phones would not be left behind by rogers when I got my Dream. I guess it is my fault for a) believing them this time and b) not getting out of my contract when I had the chance. The only problem is with the Canadian dualopoly there really isn't much sense in jumping ship. I agree with you Andy2010 we shouldn't have to do this (root our phones) but at the same time I don't feel I should be forced into using what is not essentially a crippled OS on an otherwise great hardware platform.
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