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[Q ]moto e rooting & unrooting for warranty ?

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3rd July 2014, 05:47 PM   |  #11  
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dude...if we root using mobogenie..it gives option of unroot...no boot loader unlock and all nothing required. soo please enlighten me...or rooting cam be undone easily if done with mobogenie.

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As far as I know, there's no other way to root Moto E, other than by unlocking bootloader.
3rd July 2014, 07:46 PM   |  #12  
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google it...ive rooted my moto g once...with ine click...checked with root checker...it showed root access..

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google it...ive rooted my moto g once...with ine click...checked with root checker...it showed root access..

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G wasn't released with 3.4 kernel. All root exploits are patched. You need to unlock your bootloader if you want root.
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dude...if we root using mobogenie..it gives option of unroot...no boot loader unlock and all nothing required. soo please enlighten me...or rooting cam be undone easily if done with mobogenie.

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If u root MOTO E your warranty voids as simple as that...Dint heard any one rooting using mobogenie .May be u can try and let us al know abt it
4th July 2014, 06:33 AM   |  #15  
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yeah...i tried on moto g. simply google it and download the software "mobogenie"onto your computer.
go into my phone section.
it will ask you to connect your phone using usb. will download some drivers.
click on "one click root". will again download some files and you're good to go. haven't clocked or done anything.i only verified by a root checker app on play store.it said you have root access. after rooting the app showed "one click unroot button".

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If u root MOTO E your warranty voids as simple as that...Dint heard any one rooting using mobogenie .May be u can try and let us al know abt it

yeah your warrnty voids..but you can easily unroot by the above method. havent verified 100%. but root checker didi said you have root access.

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yeah...i tried on moto g. simply google it and download the software "mobogenie"onto your computer.
go into my phone section.
it will ask you to connect your phone using usb. will download some drivers.
click on "one click root". will again download some files and you're good to go. haven't clocked or done anything.i only verified by a root checker app on play store.it said you have root access. after rooting the app showed "one click unroot button".

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yeah your warrnty voids..but you can easily unroot by the above method. havent verified 100%. but root checker didi said you have root access.

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rooting moto e is possible only unlocking bootloader, to do so is required an unlock code from motorola, when you ask for the code the warranty is void. no way to restore, because even if you unroot it they know you have request the code to unlock bootloader and they say that in the page where you need to go to request the unlocking code.

EDIT: this is moto e, not moto g... so if it works for moto g doesn't mean it works for moto e
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rooting moto e is possible only unlocking bootloader, to do so is required an unlock code from motorola, when you ask for the code the warranty is void. no way to restore, because even if you unroot it they know you have request the code to unlock bootloader and they say that in the page where you need to go to request the unlocking code.

EDIT: this is moto e, not moto g... so if it works for moto g doesn't mean it works for moto e

ok..yeah ive researched a bit more...the above method is for any android phone...using mobogenie...but i believe its not real root...google it and let me know what you think

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Rooting your Phone in the EU doesn't void its warranty, unlocking the bootloader doesn't either.
a recent ruling sated that if there is a hardware failure on the phone they (the retailer) has to prove that the failure is the result of you rooting the phone.
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Rooting your Phone in the EU doesn't void its warranty, unlocking the bootloader doesn't either.
a recent ruling sated that if there is a hardware failure on the phone they (the retailer) has to prove that the failure is the result of you rooting the phone.

don't think so this rule will be implemented in india... :/

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