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View Poll Results: Did an RMA fix your issues?
RMA fixed my issues. 4 44.44%
RMA didn't fix anything 2 22.22%
RMA fixed my issue, but it took a few tries. 1 11.11%
RMA made it worse. 2 22.22%
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[Q] Are RMAs successful or not?

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25th February 2013, 10:54 AM   |  #11  
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My nexus 10 arrived with one speaker dead. If I pushed down on the corner the speaker was in, it would work again while I held it down. I got an rma replacement from google play and everything was working.
25th February 2013, 09:32 PM   |  #12  
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If your device is rooted, and you have custom recovery installed do you have to return it to stock before you can RMA it? My camera doesn't seem to work, but I haven't gotten around to RMA'ing it because I've been too busy.
25th February 2013, 09:54 PM   |  #13  
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Originally Posted by professor_chaos

If your device is rooted, and you have custom recovery installed do you have to return it to stock before you can RMA it? My camera doesn't seem to work, but I haven't gotten around to RMA'ing it because I've been too busy.

It's generally always a good idea to revert to 100% stock and locked when sending them back.
26th February 2013, 01:19 AM   |  #14  
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Originally Posted by professor_chaos

If your device is rooted, and you have custom recovery installed do you have to return it to stock before you can RMA it? My camera doesn't seem to work, but I haven't gotten around to RMA'ing it because I've been too busy.

I went to 100% stock before sending mine back. Just to be safe I wanted to make sure Google/Samsung didn't try to pin the issue on it having been rooted.
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