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  1. michelledm12344

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    I've got my first Android device, the Galaxy Note 3. I had purchased an extended warranty while I've purchase my phone too, and I was wondering if turning on the developer options would void the warranty. I have done it because I wanted to turn off the animation scale, now that I've done it, I'm kind of worried. If I've changed any more settings in the developer options menu, is there a chance that it would void the warranty?
     

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    No. It's included by Samsung and your carrier and doesn't really let you do anything too dangerous.
     
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    I does not. It doesn't allow you to do anything that could potentially harm the phone or render inoperable and doesn't require explioting a flaw to activate. It is a menu option, albeit a hidden one, but an option none the less.:)
     

Samsung Galaxy Note 3

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 launched in 2012 and was the company's flagship phablet. The device featured a 5.7-inch display with a 1920 x 1080 resolution, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and a 13MP main camera.

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