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[Q] Rooting will void warranty? Unroot will recover warranty?

30th September 2012, 08:41 AM |#1  
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Dear all,

I an a new user which like to root and flash custom OS into my S2.

I just worry about the rooting will void my warranty? If I unroot in the future, will recover my warranty?

Hope you all give me some advice. Thanks
 
 
30th September 2012, 08:58 AM |#2  
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Yes,

If you completely restore the stock ROM and unroot the device your warranty will remain intact.

Feel free to ask if you have any further questions or if you require advice.

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30th September 2012, 09:03 AM |#3  
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Usually, rooting or flashing custom ROMs voids your warranty. In order to recover your warranty, you should wipe your data (be careful with that if you're running a dangerous 4.0.4 kernel!) and then flash the official Samsung ROM for your country using Odin. In addition, you should reset your custom flash counter with a jig or TriangleAway (note that TriangleAways requires root; you can run it on your rooted ROM before flashing the official Samsung one).
30th September 2012, 09:26 AM |#4  
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and if after that your serial number (not imei) is unknown you had to flash new bootloader and it will show
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30th September 2012, 01:38 PM |#5  
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Dear all,

My god. It seems so complicated. Hmm.....
Any tutorial for me to follow?

I am a newbie for this. Sorry to trouble you all.

Thanks.
30th September 2012, 03:22 PM |#6  
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No trouble at all.

Just read the stickies and use the search function.

Everything your asking has been answered 100's of times before.
30th September 2012, 03:26 PM |#7  
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Un rooting doesn't bring your warranty back. It just fools the techs so they don't know your warranty was ever voided

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30th September 2012, 06:18 PM |#8  
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Well, that is pretty much bringing the warranty back...
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and if after that your serial number (not imei) is unknown you had to flash new bootloader and it will show

How can I check if my serial number is not unknown? If I have a non-sim-card tablel, does it have an IMEI?
Thanks in advance!
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You look at about phone in settings & see if you have a serial number. But having one in there or not doesn't affect anything/isn't relevant anyway.

Edit - And...If you have a 'non-sim card tablet', you should be posting in the correct forum for your device.
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