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Thread: How to tell If my Motorola Droid is unrooted or rooted?

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    Your browsing cache, cookies, call log, texts, etc. If you're worried about your contacts then make sure they're backed up with Google and they'll restore, along with your apps, as soon as you activate your next phone.
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    I have like 5 apps, hahah. So I'm not worried about that.. do you think I should follow Abes link if I'm going to VZW this weekend ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by patlax30 View Post
    I have like 5 apps, hahah. So I'm not worried about that.. do you think I should follow Abes link if I'm going to VZW this weekend ?

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    YESSSSSSSSS lol itll work as long as u can get into recovery
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    It's easier than using RSD Lite and the chances of some thief or nutjob getting your phone and mining the data in it is so remote as to not worry about it.
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    Hey all

    I followed abes link which was great... I'm only concerned about one thing......... at the end of me rebooting my phone, I had to call verizon to activate my phone(I messed up the frst time I tried to unroot my phone), so will verizon charge me 70$ for that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by patlax30 View Post
    Hey all

    I followed abes link which was great... I'm only concerned about one thing......... at the end of me rebooting my phone, I had to call verizon to activate my phone(I messed up the frst time I tried to unroot my phone), so will verizon charge me 70$ for that?

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    nope. u just reactivated it. no charge for that.
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    Are you 100% sure??

    And by the way, THANK YOU SO MUCH. You were great Abe, if I have any more questions on anything I'll ask you.

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    Nary an issue. All you're doing is turning it back on.

    Verizon wants to extort the $35 from you just to allow the ESN on their network. All you did was tell the phone to look for the network and accepted a little data that let you do use it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by patlax30 View Post
    Are you 100% sure??

    And by the way, THANK YOU SO MUCH. You were great Abe, if I have any more questions on anything I'll ask you.

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