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Root asurion and s-off question

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ntrocket888, Aug 20, 2010.

  1. ntrocket888

    ntrocket888 Member
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    if i use unrevoked forever to get s-off and my phone breaks or something, will i still be able to get a replacement from asurion? do they care about voiding the warranty?
     

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  2. lafester

    lafester Well-Known Member
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    no they should not care one bit. only warranty replacements are at risk.
     
  3. bubbleywine

    bubbleywine Well-Known Member
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    just tell them u lost your phone then u dont have to worry
     
  4. chris61292

    chris61292 Well-Known Member
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    If it breaks and u have to send it back just run it over with a car or something...

    Or say u lost it and wipe it, turn radio off and use it as an ipod...
     
  5. TheWhiteBandito

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    Don't they charge $100 if you lost your phone, as a deductible?
     
  6. lewblue83

    lewblue83 Well-Known Member
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    no, its $89 no matter what.
     
  7. TheWhiteBandito

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    Hmm, I've already replaced my phone but I guess that was through Verizon because it was within like 90 days of purchase. I got mine replaced because of a malfunctioning speaker. So you're saying that even if I reported a broken speaker to Asurion, it's $89 to replace?
     
  8. ACD168

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    im not famililar with asuirion, but with the 1 yar manufactuaures warrenty a blown speaker def. covers it.
     

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