Any suggestions for getting the phone back to stock while this is happening? I'm curious if Google is going to try and deny my warranty claim because of the unlock/root.
According to the warranty terms:
"Itís best to replace the battery when it no longer provides acceptable performance. It can be recharged hundreds of times before it needs replacing."
This would of course require you to remove the battery cover. Therefore, I can't see any possible way removing the battery cover would void my warranty.
Once you remove the back cover all you got to do is remove a few screws to access the motherboard. I bet you will say Google shouldn't deny you warranty for removing a few screws? LOL
Yes. It holds true as long as it's done by a LG personnel or a Google technician. How can you possibly think that doing this by yourself wouldn't void the warranty?
Yeah, sorry, but you're wrong. Multiple times in the warranty information, it indicates you are not voiding the warranty by removing the battery cover. In fact, I'm going to contact Google directly and ask them about this. I'll be sure to cap the conversation and post here shortly.