Originally Posted by gwbyrd
Thanks, I was wondering about that! I've never been a Verizon customer before and I've heard stories that made me nervous. You have definitely made me feel a bit more reassured. Of course, I still want to unroot it a) to show myself I can, and b) just to be safe.
Can't hurt to do it. When I had my Incredible 1 I asked my buddy about it and he told me when he gets the phone they check for physical damage, check the water damage indicators, plug it in and flash the new software, then test it to send back out. I went through 6 incredibles, 4 incredible 2s, 4 rezounds, and 4 galaxy nexus. All rooted all returned without resetting no charges.
But i can say 100% guaranteed without a doubt your total protection insurance does no care what you do to the phone because it's not a warranty issue anyway. If you return your current device for a new one you're paying the $99 fee anyway. If you send it in as warranty they'll charge you full pop if they see physical damage.
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