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  1. KaveMahn

    KaveMahn Active Member


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  2. androidlover14

    androidlover14 Well-Known Member

    on phandroid just search up frg22d droid. it should be the second post.
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  3. KaveMahn

    KaveMahn Active Member

    Will this unroot my phone and set back to stock?
  4. androidlover14

    androidlover14 Well-Known Member

    no im pretty sure that it would fail. You have to sbf back to frg22d with rsd lite. look in the all things root section for the files needed and the instructions on how to do it.
  5. KaveMahn

    KaveMahn Active Member

    The ROM I used to have would unroot and restore back to stock. I'll check this one and see if it does.
  6. b3nder

    b3nder Active Member

    VZW doesn't care if your phone is rooted or not. i would say 90% of the employee's wouldn't even know it was rooted by looking and playing around with it.
    they wont do much more than agree and replace your phone with a refirb. -- 90% of the time, they won't even try and troubleshoot the existing problem with the phone more so than just doing a reboot -

    i have gone through 9 phones now -- headphone jack keeps going to hell -- and they do not care if you are stock or rooted.
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  7. Lock-N-Load

    Lock-N-Load Well-Known Member

    though I have no proof of this, I would agree 100%. All the people that stress about going back to stock if they have to take a phone back to VZW or go in for help, I wouldn't spend 1 second worrying about it and agree, most of the time, they will be so clueless to you being rooted or not - or IF they happen to be that savvy, won't care.
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  8. tommyk2005

    tommyk2005 Member

    I agree with you guys. thats why I keep a 500mhz overclock on my droid and not worrying about my "voided" warranty
  9. KaveMahn

    KaveMahn Active Member

    I don't think I'm gonna worry about it then. I do appreciate everyones' advice. Thanks.
  10. Lock-N-Load

    Lock-N-Load Well-Known Member

    to kind of expand on this topic for anyone that finds it..

    The real only way the average VZW person is going to know if you are rooted are

    (1) what is says in settings > about > Kernel version and/or Build Number
    (2) seeing certain apps on your phone: Superuser, ROM Manager, SetCPU, etc.

    both have ways around them.

    #1 can be address by editing lines of code in system/build.prop or other system files to put in the stock names
    #2 can somewhat be addressed with something like LauncherPro that can hide apps in the app drawer so they can't be seen by just looking quickly

    just some food for though. there are so many apps out there that allow the changing of certain look and feel elements without being rooted, so really the common VZW rep can't really tell if the reason your phone does not look stock is because you just changed it with some of these market apps or you are rooted.
  11. b3nder

    b3nder Active Member


    agreed --
    also - the only reason you really would ever need to take a rooted droid in is for hardware issue's - since if it was a software issue, it would be the rom to blame you would be changing it yourself, in which case a new rom would fix it... VZW isn't going to care about the software running on the phone if the problem is hardware.
    i have lost a lot of faith in verizon tech support lately, most recently.. the store's tech support didn't know where the SD card was even located in the droid. :confused:
  12. Lock-N-Load

    Lock-N-Load Well-Known Member

    'nuff said

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