Will they notice the radiocomm hack on a returned phone???

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 2 Global' started by jlhaehl, Nov 17, 2011.

  1. jlhaehl
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    hello, I really enjoy my droid 2 global it has served me very very well but as of late been having issues with data not coming on(not sure if itsa juice defender issue) as well as it perodically disconnecting when i have it hooked up to a computer, i have also taken a laser temperature gun to it and it has read 107 F degrees. I am planning on as im still within warranty range I'd like to exchange it but was curious if they will notice the radiocommhack and then charge me, i followed every step to the radiocomm and it has caused no issues other then free tethering ;) sorry for rambling any advice would be greatly apperciated
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    An sbf of the phone will wipe out any.and all mods/hacks you have performed. It is the best way to ensure your returning a "stock" device.

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    First of all, I would think that Juice Defender is contributing to your problem. Remove it and see how the phone does. If your problem persists "grit your teeth" and do a Factory Reset. These have gotten pretty painless lately by following these simple steps: 1. Make sure Backup and Restore are checked in the Privacy setting. 2. When going through the setup after the reset, turn on wifi as soon as you can (assuming it is available). 3. After you have entered your Gmail account info, you will be presented with a screen that has two check boxes. Basically they are "Do you want Google to backup and restore this phoneā€¯. Make sure you check both of those. Your apps will then automatically reinstall (paid and free). Set the phone aside for a minute or two and let the apps download and install. 3. If rooted, use an app such as titanium backup to restore data only to select apps such as Tapatalk and you will not have to re-enter all your login information. I do this for 3-4 apps (Tapatalk, SPB Shell, etc.).

    Also, you can install Spare Parts and it will tell you your battery's temp and 107 isn't terribly high.
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