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Default Will ROOT break AT&T Warranty?

I know that it will, like every other phone in history. But we always were able to just reset ours to stock and have warranty work done. But i hear Verizon has a Root Trip that is permanently tripped when you root their G2s and that it can never be undone. Are AT&T phones the same? A friend just got 3 new G2s and wants me to help him Root and flash CM or something(to avoid bloat and the LG UI layer). I don't want to permanently break his warranty without at least warning him.

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Rooting voids your warranty
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LG G2 (D-801) - Rooted
Samsung Galaxy S3 - Rooted, Flashed - Sold
HTC Radar - WP7 - Loved Android too much, came back
HTC Sensation - Rooted, Flashed - Sold
HTC Glacier/MT 4G - Rooted, Flashed - Sold
MyTouch 3G slide - Sold
MyTouch 3G - Rooted, Flashed - Sold
Motorola ZN5
T-Mobile Wing - WM6 - Flashed - Sold
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Rooting voids warranty. However, the times I did need my warranty, I just unrooted. If you can't unroot because of a warranty issue, chances are you are not going to get caught anyway. Just my opinion.
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