Bricked phone? would this be possible?

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 2 Global' started by Castro, Dec 22, 2010.

  1. Castro

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    I'm sure you've tried the other methods of turning phone off and plugging it in and trying to get into recovery from there then...
     
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    yes, I've tried the methods but still in M logo, cant go into CW recovery
     
  3. Castro

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    Someone need to hurry up and sweet talk some verizon rep for that SBF lol
     
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    People here have posted that they brought their bricked phones to Verizon store to have the phones replaced free of charge with the sales associates knowing the phone was rootwd

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    Do you think this is right?
     
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    Seeing as rooting voids warranty, you shouldn't be able to get a warranty replacement. It sucks but if a phone gets bricked because of user error while performing root operations the company shouldn't have to eat the cost.

    tappin and a talkin
     
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