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  1. gadogado

    gadogado Member This Topic's Starter

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    my htc wildfires market version gets auto updated to version 3.1.5 when ever i uninstall the market version 3.1.5
    getting updated to version 3.1.5 from 2.12(uninstalled version)
    the market version 3.1.5 gives very poor response in my phone ! htc help center still cant detect the problem !:confused:
    need help and i dont want to root my phone !
     

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  2. samrox144

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    in every phone it gets updated by itself...the only way is uninstall market updater app or after use of market app...clear data and cache and force stop it..then it wont update by itself
     
  3. gadogado

    gadogado Member This Topic's Starter

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    cant uninstall market updater
    force stop and clear data is not wrkin for me
     
  4. ChryzaorFlux

    ChryzaorFlux Well-Known Member

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    When you open the information for your Market doesnt it say Uninstall updates?
     
  5. gadogado

    gadogado Member This Topic's Starter

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    in the market updater it doesnt say uninstall !! i can only uninstall the market which gets auto upgrade !
     
  6. ChryzaorFlux

    ChryzaorFlux Well-Known Member

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    Ahh i see your problem, hmm are you rooted or not?
     
  7. gadogado

    gadogado Member This Topic's Starter

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    no my fone is not rooted ! and wat is rooting and wat are the benefits of rooting ? does it harms the fone ?
     
  8. ChryzaorFlux

    ChryzaorFlux Well-Known Member

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    To put rooting simply, you gain access to everything on your device probably the most popular reason to root is to overclock your device, this will increase the speed of your device up to a certain processing speed
    But you will void your warrenty if you do
     
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  9. gadogado

    gadogado Member This Topic's Starter

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    hmmmm.. i see , so will be waitin to root the fone till my warranty period ends the i will try to root the fone !
     
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    you can unroot your phone whenever you want get the warranty back..why wait for it
     
  11. ChryzaorFlux

    ChryzaorFlux Well-Known Member

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    Very true but I don't see a point cause when rooted your device can do soo much more, pl then you unroot and go back to a crappy Wildfire
     
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    my point is why wait for warranty to run out ..you can root now itself...
     
  13. ChryzaorFlux

    ChryzaorFlux Well-Known Member

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    Ahh I seee, hmm I have no idea why, we just gotta wait for his reason
     
  14. gadogado

    gadogado Member This Topic's Starter

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    if i root my fone i will lose my warranty ??

    but i can unroot the fone also ?
    it is same like downloading and uninstalling ???
     
  15. ChryzaorFlux

    ChryzaorFlux Well-Known Member

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    Nope rooting is much more complex than that, especially for Wildfire 2.2.1, (well on my first attempt it was, but my second one was much quicker)
    It involves many programs, risk-taking and patience
    Rooting may result in you 'bricking' your Wildfire, which is making your device as useless as a brick
    But don't be put of, I've rooted mine and my mates Wildfire and they're both working fine
     

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