unrooting from the unrevoked method...

Discussion in 'Droid Incredible Hacks' started by Orionalias, Nov 2, 2010.

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    so i'm about to root my phone anyday now. if for some reason i need to hand the phone over to verizon for repair i'm obviously going to want to unroot the phone. can i do this after using unrevoked? anyone have a quick summary and how that's done?
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    You can turn s-on but still be rooted- you'd lose the ability to flash certain things, but still have superuser, CWM recovery, etc. If you want to go completely back to stock Doug's method is by far the easiest you'll find.
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    Will Verizon see its rooted? Meaning will they look past the s-on?


    I'm still learning so, just trying to be helpful