Root Questions on rooting (WPA Enterprise)

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Ironic, Sep 14, 2009.

  1. Ironic

    Ironic Member
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    I want to access a WPA Enterprise wireless network, and it seems the only way to do that is by rooting.

    I have read the guides and other posts on rooting, but i still have a few questions:

    Does it void the warranty?

    If i make any changes(update firmware by example) and do a factory reset will the phone be exactly as when i buyed it?

    Can i make a backup of current status to able to restore the phone if i need to?

    Can it go wrong to the point of not beeing able to turn on the phone?

    Tks for your help
     

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  2. Sub101

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    It was my understanding that the Hero does support Enterprise? Maybe wrong though.

    What problem connecting are you having?

    It certainly supports certificates, but cant test it fully till I go back to Uni.

    EDIT: WPA Enterprise is available in the list of security options in Add Wi-Fi networks.
     
  3. Ironic

    Ironic Member
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    This is a sub-forum for the Magic...

    The problem is that the magic in it
     
  4. Xpire

    Xpire Member
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    I have the same problem.

    My university uses Enterprise and I'm annoyed that after getting a new phone I can access the wireless anymore :(

    Any other solutions besides from rooting it? It sounds quite scary...
     
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