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Taking DROID to Verizon...Will I get in trouble?

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  1. Doubledee90

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    I am thinking of taking my DROID to verizon because I have so much dust under my screen and it is quite distracting. So I am rooted with the sholesmod app and I have SetCPU and TempMonitor. Now I will obviously unroot before I take it in, but the apps will still be there. Will I get in trouble by verizon and void my warranty if they see these apps?
     

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    If you're worried about it, delete them before you go in. They are tied to your gmail account so you can get them back. If they keep your phone you are going to lose them anyway.
     
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    Oh right good call. How would I recover them though? When I go to the market if I get a refirbished Droid will it just say I wont have to pay?
     
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    when you log in your gmail account on the phone, go to the market/downloads and all the apps you paid for will be listed as "purchased". You can then install them. The free ones will not be tagged, but you can of course install them as they are free. EZPZ
     
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    bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha :D
     
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    Better still, use ASTRO File Manager to back all of your apps up onto your sdcard.
     
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    Great! Thanks guys!
     

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