Does FDR kill root?

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  1. Scribble

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    Have any of you managed to keep root after an FDR? My phone has gotten rather sluggish lately and I want to try an FDR. I'm afraid I might lose root though. It's annoying enough that I might not care though. :(
     
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    Nope, root will remain intact. Good luck!
     
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    Root is located in /system. A FDR won't touch your system folders. So as stated above, you should be good. :)

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    Thanks guys- I FDR'd and as you said Root remained. Phone is much better now! :)
     
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