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Root avoid Warranty ??

  1. G_Akshay_Jain_QYpT Eclair May 21, 2017


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  2. Android450 Marshmallow May 21, 2017


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  3. Rahul3799 Gingerbread May 21, 2017

    Rahul3799, May 21, 2017 :
    it doesn't void warranty but any internal damage done due to rooting of device is not covered under warranty.
     

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  4. Tanuj____singh Gingerbread May 21, 2017

    Tanuj____singh, May 21, 2017 :
    you can root your phone without voiding your warranty but if you overclock your cpu after rooting then it my void your warranty because you could harm your phones internals and I would suggest you to root your phone with Magisk.
     

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  5. vallabh budhkar Gingerbread May 21, 2017


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  6. Onkar.Singh KitKat May 21, 2017

    Onkar.Singh, May 21, 2017 :
    As per OnePlus>>>
    The technical process of rooting or unlocking the bootloader does not void the warranty of a OnePlus device. However, we strongly suggest for you to only root or unlock the bootloader of your OnePlus device if you are confident in your understanding of the risks involved.
    By accessing resources regularly unavailable to the software, you may damage your hardware during or after the procedure. Such damage is not covered under warranty. In warranty handling, we will first need to verify that any faulty behavior is unrelated to rooting / unlocking.
     

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  7. kkiiddaa Froyo May 21, 2017

    kkiiddaa, May 21, 2017 :
    it's weird that you are able to ask this question in the forum, but not able to use the search function.
     

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  8. F_Michal_Doblej_dBkm Ice Cream Sandwich May 21, 2017

    F_Michal_Doblej_dBkm, May 21, 2017 :
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  9. jim262 Ice Cream Sandwich May 21, 2017


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  10. Deactivated User May 21, 2017


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  11. G_DJ_Maulik_yLwS Cupcake May 21, 2017


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  12. farhan0972 Donut May 21, 2017


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  13. G_Sou_Fantástico_gOAm Cupcake May 21, 2017

    G_Sou_Fantástico_gOAm, May 21, 2017 :
    Caution, there are some apps which won't run anymore if you root your phone. I think Netflix, but can't confirm. It was a recent announcement they did. Also, something worthwhile to check is your e-banking app.
     

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  14. Mr.Naz Honeycomb May 21, 2017


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  15. F_Michal_Doblej_dBkm Ice Cream Sandwich May 21, 2017

    F_Michal_Doblej_dBkm, May 21, 2017 :
    in real it isnt about being a cupcakes it more about not useing your barind and search / google search
     

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  16. Sridhar Ananthanarayanan Lollipop May 21, 2017

    Sridhar Ananthanarayanan, May 21, 2017 :
    I rooted my Samsung phone about 8 months back. few days back, my battery wasn't holding up well. then suddenly one morning, the phone just switched off. and isn't turning on.

    thought it was the battery and got a new one. still not powering up.

    any ideas?
     

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  17. Tanuj____singh Gingerbread May 21, 2017

    Tanuj____singh, May 21, 2017 :
    you should take it to the service center. this kinds of problems happen sometime and it is not related to rooting if you didn't do any kind of overclocking stuff.
     

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  18. Incanity Gingerbread May 21, 2017

    Incanity, May 21, 2017 :
    No it doesn't, but I strongly suggest that you get all the required info about rooting and editing system partition before you start. Rooting is great, but it's really easy to brick your device when you don't know what you're doing.
    And if you manage to brick your phone with rooting, Oneplus will not give you any warranty.
     

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  19. Rahul3799 Gingerbread May 21, 2017

    Rahul3799, May 21, 2017 :
    I too had a Galaxy Note II and used nearly 3.5 years coz it was a lovely device. Same case once occurred with me once charging the device and surfing the screen suddenly switched off and didn't started again. I was not rooted then. Service cerntre blamed a fault in motherboard and said to change it. And that's the day OP 3t came my hand. So the fault here is not rooting but the motherboard itself.
     

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  20. Leroyboer Donut May 21, 2017

    Leroyboer, May 21, 2017 :
    No you don't loose warranty but you will wipe all of your data before you can root it
     

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