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I need to return my device under warranty. I want to be safe and put my rooted/romed droid charge back to Verizon software.. How do i do this so that Verizon has no idea i ever rooted/rommed this phone?
 
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I need to return my device under warranty. I want to be safe and put my rooted/romed droid charge back to Verizon software.. How do i do this so that Verizon has no idea i ever rooted/rommed this phone?
Odin EP4D then take the OTA update to FP1. That's it
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Will that UNroot the phone also?
 
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Will that UNroot the phone also?
You will not be rooted just doing what I said
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What about an odin flash counter? I just got a charge for my gf and we have a builtin counter on the skyrocket. Just curious if Samsung also has one in the charge

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What about an odin flash counter? I just got a charge for my gf and we have a builtin counter on the skyrocket. Just curious if Samsung also has one in the charge

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Make sure F. Reset Time is checked in Odin and it will reset the counter to 1 on every flash.

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What about an odin flash counter? I just got a charge for my gf and we have a builtin counter on the skyrocket. Just curious if Samsung also has one in the charge
There is no flash counter on the Charge

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Make sure F. Reset Time is checked in Odin and it will reset the counter to 1 on every flash.
First, see above. The F. Reset Time option is to reset the system time back to what it would be if it was without power for a significant period of time. There is no way AFAIK to reset the flash counter on devices that have one.
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There is no flash counter on the Charge



First, see above. The F. Reset Time option is to reset the system time back to what it would be if it was without power for a significant period of time. There is no way AFAIK to reset the flash counter on devices that have one.
Its actually ingenious the clock stops at a certain variable and then next flash moves back to 0 its a cwm zip that does it

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