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Update or Root?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by random255, Jun 5, 2010.

  1. random255

    random255 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    I thought one of the things the guy at Best Buy did this morning was update the phone, but it turns out that hasn't yet happened. I hear updating the phone kills the ability to root. I -just- got done downloading PC36IMG.zip, but now I wonder...should I root, or just do the update for now and wait for another way to root the phone later?
     


  2. Thefoodman52

    Thefoodman52 Android Expert

    If you update now, all that work those dev's did in pre-release will be for not! Root I say!
     
  3. tkrechel

    tkrechel Member

    Actually updating does NOT break the root posted by toast. again the OTA does NOT break the root posted by toast
     
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  4. Thefoodman52

    Thefoodman52 Android Expert

    [​IMG]
     
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  5. tkrechel

    tkrechel Member

    read it on xda yourself /shrug. Multiple people including me still rooted after installing the update.
     
  6. bigcrab

    bigcrab Lurker

    Yes, toast method still works, the yet unposted unevoked method was broken by the update, and they say that they are close on rooting patched phones their way.
     
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  7. random255

    random255 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Verified: I updated the phone, boot loader is running along just fine. Not sure I'll be doing much with root access, but perhaps now at least I'll be free and clear of all those stupid Sprint apps. :) I love Sprint, just not a fan of NASCAR, Sprint TV, etc.
     
  8. lite blue

    lite blue Well-Known Member

    Does rooting allow you tp tether for free?
     
  9. ducatidrew

    ducatidrew Member

    great question
     
  10. thediew

    thediew Newbie

    You can tether for "free" after you Root, the issue is, you can easily suck up a ton of bandwidth when you are using a laptop as opposed to your phone. Easy way to raise a red flag with Sprint, im pretty sure unauthorized tethering is a no no for them
     
  11. ducatidrew

    ducatidrew Member

    point well taken
     

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