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Old May 28th, 2013, 12:12 PM   #25 (permalink)
markdmac
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Originally Posted by jhawkkw View Post
The thing to be careful about is that you can damage the hardware by rooting. Things such as overclocking can fry your motherboard, fast charge could fry your charging port, etc. If they can prove that rooting is the cause of hardware failure, they/the oem have the right to deny the warranty.

Agreed, but as I stated, if there is a hardware defect, then they can't deny you. I root so I can mod my phone and remove bloatware, I don't overclock. Replacing images for my battery status isn't going to damage my phone.
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