Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by makthenif, Jun 13, 2011.
Is there a reboot app that doesn't require rooting?
None that i know of. but if you own an N1 at this stage in the game and you are not rooted, then you are really behind.
use the 1-click root app to do it. no hassles and no worries. you can still keep it "stock" (without loading new roms, but i dont why you wouldnt) and still be able to use apps that requires root.
If I root, the warranty is voided...don't want that
Rooting does *not* void warranty (you still have one? ). Only unlocking the bootloader does. Some methods of rooting (using fastboot) do require unlocking the bootloader, but the one-click methods do not.
If you have Froyo or earlier, SuperOneClick works well.
[APP]SuperOneClick v1.9.5 (Root, Unroot, Enable Non-Market App) - xda-developers
Gingerbread broke SuperOneClick, but I have heard there are now one-click methods for Gingerbread. I don't know them because by then I went to a new ROM, but post in the All Things Root forum to get better information.
i am running gingerbread 2.3.4. that forum didn't help.
This one worked for me, getting a rooted 2.3.4:
xda-developers - View Single Post - Gingerbreak on 2.3.4
It involves going back to Froyo first, though. And while step 7 states you need the file su.zip on the phone, make sure you already have it there by step 6, because otherwise it is too late to get it there - being unfamiliar with the rooting lingo I did not understand this, so I had to restart when I realized my mistake.