Universal Androot

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X' started by andylulzyou, Sep 10, 2010.

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    Just got my X a few weeks ago and I'm loving it. I've been wanting an android phone ever since the OG Droid but waiting for update sucks.

    Anyways now that I have the phone I realize that I'm basically a giant noob. I just want to know if anybody knows if using this program voids your warranty, and if it does when you unroot is there any evidence left behind that Verizon could ***** about if a hardware problem ever arose?
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    rooting does void your warranty but can be taken off. DO NOT use the androot; check out "ROOTED" in my sig on how to do it the proper way. these one click apps are causing a lot of problems with rooting.

    but no if you unroot the proper way, you cant tell.
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