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Cloud Search [Q] Will rooting void warranty if i do not install cwm in it

I mean i do not intend to flash lg g2 (no installation of recoveries like cwm or twrp)

just root it and enjoy adblock titanium backup and all (without uninstalling crapware)

Will it void my warranty

If yes would i be able to restore it to normal perfectly

would i have to unroot before ota updates

Note: I have already rooted and flashed my canvas hd many times
and would love to use root dim, screencast adaway and droidwall on this phone.
 
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I mean i do not intend to flash lg g2 (no installation of recoveries like cwm or twrp)

just root it and enjoy adblock titanium backup and all (without uninstalling crapware)

Will it void my warranty

If yes would i be able to restore it to normal perfectly

would i have to unroot before ota updates

Note: I have already rooted and flashed my canvas hd many times
and would love to use root dim, screencast adaway and droidwall on this phone.
yes, rooting will void your warranty

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yes, rooting will void your warranty
It doesnt matter you install a recovery or not
 
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It doesnt matter you install a recovery or not
yes, install a recovery or not, still void your warranty after rooting

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yes it will...
but you can unroot your phone anytime.
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yes it will...
but you can unroot your phone anytime.
Easiest way I've found to unroot is through SuperSU, has an option to do it right in the settings.

Was really useful for me, rooted sibling's phones (entire family is on the same hardware this time around for consistency), did my custom ROM work, etc., then unrooted it since they don't even know what Linux is, and I don't want to have to deal with them if they break it trying to do something they shouldn't be.
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Yes. As the others said, rooting or installing custom firmware all void the warranty. Void your warranty at your own risk.
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I mean i do not intend to flash lg g2 (no installation of recoveries like cwm or twrp)

just root it and enjoy adblock titanium backup and all (without uninstalling crapware)

Will it void my warranty

If yes would i be able to restore it to normal perfectly

would i have to unroot before ota updates

Note: I have already rooted and flashed my canvas hd many times
and would love to use root dim, screencast adaway and droidwall on this phone.
Yes, as said by others it will, but I suggest not to root your phone until you are "bored" with it or it isn't running as fast as it should.
 
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I am unable to post reply to jellyxperia v6 due to posts < 10.

I wanted to ask how i could get stamina mode in it

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