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Root and Warranty?

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10th January 2014, 05:03 PM   |  #1  
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I got the phone sometime last month, but just this morning my phone broke...in my pocket. I was wondering, since my phone is rooted and runs a custom rom, does this affect physical warranty? Because I wouldn't mind if just my screen was broken, but the touch isn't working as well. I have the tmo D801 model, but I don't have insurance.
10th January 2014, 05:16 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by mierkat09

I got the phone sometime last month, but just this morning my phone broke...in my pocket. I was wondering, since my phone is rooted and runs a custom rom, does this affect physical warranty? Because I wouldn't mind if just my screen was broken, but the touch isn't working as well. I have the tmo D801 model, but I don't have insurance.

I think you are screwed. Warranty is voided if you flashed a custom ROM. However, since your screen is damaged that does not matter. Physical damage to the phone is not covered by warranty at all.
10th January 2014, 05:26 PM   |  #3  
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Originally Posted by mierkat09

I got the phone sometime last month, but just this morning my phone broke...in my pocket. I was wondering, since my phone is rooted and runs a custom rom, does this affect physical warranty? Because I wouldn't mind if just my screen was broken, but the touch isn't working as well. I have the tmo D801 model, but I don't have insurance.

Just flash stock rom
As long as status at download mode or LG RCT is unroot, you are save
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