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Set warranty void:recovery

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17th January 2014, 02:41 PM   |  #1  
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Any way of getting rid of the message "set warranty void: recovery"? I Googled and searched and found nothing, so I have a feeling the answer is "no". But I figure it doesn't hurt to ask, anyway. My recovery is CWM based, latest for Jellybean (number escapes me, at the moment).

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17th January 2014, 03:53 PM   |  #2  
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Any way of getting rid of the message "set warranty void: recovery"? I Googled and searched and found nothing, so I have a feeling the answer is "no". But I figure it doesn't hurt to ask, anyway. My recovery is CWM based, latest for Jellybean (number escapes me, at the moment).

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Install stock recovery and don't use CWM/TWRP....

But I presume you're rooted and like to flash stuff, so you need that recovery and your answer would be "no".
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17th January 2014, 04:10 PM   |  #3  
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I used to have it when I used Darthstalker rom but now using wicked and don't have that msg anymore. Not sure why I like both roms tho. Still haven't had time to try them all lol
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I used to have it when I used Darthstalker rom but now using wicked and don't have that msg anymore. Not sure why I like both roms tho. Still haven't had time to try them all lol

I had that message on my boot screen with Darthstalker, too. But not with Wicked. Now I just have it onscreen right before recovery boots. Since there are no hacks available to cover that message, I'll live with it. I just think it's ugly. : shrugs:

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17th January 2014, 08:24 PM   |  #5  
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Think it depends on ur kernel. Load stock and u will see message gone.

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Think it depends on ur kernel. Load stock and u will see message gone.

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On the recovery boot screen?

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