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By doublevisionsfc, Junior Member on 16th January 2014, 11:08 PM
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I recently contacted Asus warranty to have my n7 Flo serviced due to its touchscreen issues. I asked their representative if my device having been rooted will affect servicing my n7.

He said that the technicians will unroot device and proceed to repair but I would not be able to re-root device in the future. Is that possible? That technicians will do something preventing me from re-rooting when I get my device back?

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16th January 2014, 11:21 PM |#2  
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I recently contacted Asus warranty to have my n7 Flo serviced due to its touchscreen issues. I asked their representative if my device having been rooted will affect servicing my n7.

He said that the technicians will unroot device and proceed to repair but I would not be able to re-root device in the future. Is that possible? That technicians will do something preventing me from re-rooting when I get my device back?

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Horse hockey. There is no special bootloader for this.

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No, it's a Nexus device and its software is maintained by Google which means it'll always be open for rooting/unlocking.

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K thats what I figured, thanks!
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Horse hockey. There is no special bootloader for this.

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yup.
but rather than even talk to the ASUS techs about having a rooted device I would just restore it to stock and lock the bootloader before having it serviced. It only takes a couple minutes and then there is nothing for them to say.
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yup.
but rather than even talk to the ASUS techs about having a rooted device I would just restore it to stock and lock the bootloader before having it serviced. It only takes a couple minutes and then there is nothing for them to say.

Yeah, i'm def going to do that before sending it in just to avoid any complications.
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