Rooting Voiding the Warranty

xkape

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Doesn't matter. If its bricked its bricked. If you can't undo it, neither can Verizon. Would prob have to go back to Motorola for a reflash. Either way, no ones gonna know what you did as long as you don't have any evidence on the SD Card.
 

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This is everyone's warning, please refrain from discussing anything that can be considered insurance fraud.

That is all :)
 

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Is there any way for you to mess up your phone in an attempt to re-flash it? I need to reverse the root that I did on my DroidX, so that I can send it back once my new phone comes in the mail tomorrow. If I cannot seem to restore the factory settings, then I'll have to send a rooted phone. Obviously the manufacturer won't notice that the phone is rooted until they receive it, but once they do, what will be their next move? Lol One more question! Upon a friends advice, I installed SuperUser on my phone as one of the steps to root it. Unfortunately, I am unable to uninstall this program. Is there any other way to remove the app?
 
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