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Old December 4th, 2011, 08:24 PM   #32 (permalink)
John Markley
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Originally Posted by scary alien View Post
I'm still a little fuzzy on how exactly this would work separately like you originally asked. That's a great question and I'll continue to think about it (and maybe try it when I get my GNex (hopefully this coming Thursday )).

I've seen some folks that wanted to be able to remove the Superuser app (which would show up in the app drawer) before turning their device in to make a warranty claim.

There are various ways to do this (i.e., removing the files we referenced above from an "adb shell" or on-phone terminal emulator session), so if you are savvy-enough (which you very much seem to be ), uninstalling these root components should be no problem.

I hope that helps.

Cheers!
Thanks. I have the same hope (GNex on Thursday...Friday...??). I thought of the desire to remove the app for warranty but, since that would require some adb shell or similar work anyway to remove the su and to relock, it seems irrelevant.
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