Originally Posted by divyamg28
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.
Phone: BLU Studio 5.0S D570a
| Pseudo-Stock 4.1.2 | Net10 (operating on AT&T)
Acer Aspire 5733, Intel Core i3-380M @2.53GHz, 8GB DDR3 RAM @1333MHz | Ubuntu 14.10
Dell Optiplex GX270, Intel Pentium 4 Single Core @3GHz, 2GB DDR2 RAM @667MHz | Ubuntu 14.10 | Dreams to replace with an Arduino & external HDD.
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