Originally Posted by edtate
Sorry to correct your ignorance, but from Unrevoked 3 and later, full nand unlock was added.....That's why in the OP it says
"Then using Unrevoked 3.1 you can root, upgrade to a custom rom for 2.2, keep your PRI 1.4 for the best 3g speeds, and get wifi tether!!!!"
. Pay attention bud.....
If this is infact the case then why do Devs still say Unrevoked is not a full root. you can do unrevoked and still upload some custom roms, but some will cause errors if not fully rooted.
I'd believe if it did in fact give full root then you wouldn't see every dev saying that if you dont have NAND then do one of the many manual unlocks in the dev section.
This is from the kernel thread directly:
Originally Posted by netarchy
An important note for UNREVOKED users:
Unrevoked is not a full root, and there is a very good chance that if you're not fully and properly rooted you may run into issues not only with this kernel, but quite possibly several features in other custom roms.
I personally have no confidence in unrevoked, ESPECIALLY after unrevoked 2 screwed up 4g for a lot of people.
I highly advise fully and properly rooting your phone, complete with nand unlock.
For windows users, you can use SimpleRoot to root your phone.
Linux users can use Bash SimpleRoot.
If unrevoked did give full root accesss it would of been much more widely talked about on here and not just 1 person saying they noticed it. The 2nd person that reported keeping the pri, used simple root AFTER unrevoked and even still has an error at times though as its being discussed in another thread now.