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Root [CDMA] How do I know if my Evo3D is rooted?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by IvySummers, Sep 30, 2011.

  1. IvySummers

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    I'm a complete noob and probably shouldn't even be doing any of this but I got it unlocked. I think I got it rooted through the HTC Method. It still shows S-ON on the bootloader. So....am I rooted or not?

    Also, my screen/display is acting up. I'm wondering if I need to have my phone replaced by Sprint. But if I do, would it be a problem if it's rooted?

    Help me please. :rolleyes:

    Thanks,
    Ivy

    PS:
    This is what it says when I reboot into bootloader.
    *** UNLOCKED ***
    SHOOTER XC SHIP S-ON RL
    HBOOT-1.50.000
    eMMC-boot
    Aug 7 2011,10:21:40

    For recovery:
    Revolutionary CWM v4.0.1.4

    Under software information:
    Android Version:
    2.3.4

    HTC Sense Version:
    3.0

    Software Number:
    CleanROM 2.4

    Kernel Version:
    2.6.35.13-g84f8edd
    htc-kernel@and18-2 #1
    SMP PREEMPT Fri Aug 5 01:14:20 CST 2011

    Baseband Version:
    0.97.10.0808

    Build Number:
    2.08.651.2 CL130920 release-keys

    Browser Version:
    WebKit/533.1

    PRI Version:
    1.24_003

    PRL Version:
    21081
     

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  2. jerofld

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    You are rooted, yes.

    Fortunately, Sprint is said to service rooted phones. Make sure it's a bona-fide Sprint store, though, and not a "Sprint by so-and-so" store.
     
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    They'll still do warranty work on your phone as long as the problem is hardware related. If they deem it to be a software problem you're on your own from now on because your phone is marked as rooted in their databases.
     
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