Unroot?

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  1. ColdFusion71

    ColdFusion71 New Member

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    So I just got a replacement OG Droid from verizon because there was some crazy possession thing happening and I was curious about something.

    Should I unroot my phone before sending it back to verizon? Will they charge me if I send back a rooted phone?
     
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    Yes its always a good idea to unroot before sending a phone back to Verizon
     
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    That's what I thought just wanted to be sure.

    Ewww.... I forgot how much I hated stock 2.0.1 *barf*
     
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    Yup once you root it's impossible to go back. I sent a broken Droid back under warranty, within hours of getting the "new" one I rooted and rom'd it lol.
     
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    Same, I got my replacement today and it literally took me less than 30 minutes to get it rooted
     
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