Just educating myself based on curiosity.
Say I have a stock VzW ICS Bionic (which I do)
- I root the phone using the razrs_edge_windows.zip method
- I continue to use the stock ICS ROM from VzW, leaving bloatware and stuff ther
thus allowing me to continue to successfully receive OTA
- an OTA comes, gets installed, and I'm told I will lose root because of the OTA.
Now what. if the OTA wiped out root. How does an OTA rootkeeper change/restore those root system files
to re-allow root access?
Secondary question, some rootkeepers allow a temp un-root. What are some reasons or purposes for doing that?
what does temp really mean. its temporary until to click the button until the "temp" is turned off. Or its temp until
the next soft reset. What does "temp" really mean.
Thanks folks for the thoughts