Guys I need help. I didn't get the waranty part I think that's what it called? I saw it was U.S.A and Canada but is it for only those countries? or for all? and the waranty what does it mean? please help so I can decide if not to root my phone or to do it
Thanks for a clear and concise explanation. By your terms, I am an Android enthusiast. Have already rooted an old phone and was thinking of 'pimping' the ROM with a custom but now understand better where I stand. More power to you!
I Rooted my Old Tablet (Samsung) then it was going so goooddd but then i got to EVIL i started installing custom recovery BUT my tablet Hanged and OVERHEAT And the EVIL Ends i was so sad my tablet got fix 2× already so i just bought a phone.
So if i want to root my phone i will root it but i will not flash any shit on my phone So If you want to root your phone Just dont flash Any mods or custom recovery😁
I have a question for you: I have a Samsung Galaxy Tab A, SM-T350, Android 7.1.1 tablet. I do not have a computer, but want to root my tablet. I tried kingroot, framaroot, kingoroot and others. Nothing worked. HELP??????
I used Kingroot to root my Samsung galaxy tab s and oh shit my phone got a virus and it is still alive until now, it always says in my notification like this
"Kingroot" may damage your phone_________ __________ | Enable | | Disable |--------------- ------------------
I just paid $900 for note 8 back in November. Should I root or play it safe? I love to tweak and before I switched to android I always jailbroke my apple devices but I the apple devices were never as expensive as this note. The only reason I want to root is to change some accsessablity settings. Can I continue to update my system settings when new updates come out? I assume the greater risks exist in the hacking and changing the rom.
so i already rooted my samsung tablet before for hacking games like speed hack but i unrooted it because im afraid thay it will brick/bootloop like my old samsung note 5 (fake) now you say that it will brick only when installing custom rom? and now i remember the old days why my samsung note 5 (fake) bootloop because i was installing custom rom and rom manager reckless so thats why
Slippy Toad ye thats what the guy said and i believe this what happens to my fake note 5 i want to install custom rom in it so more speed but i dont know what to install so i installed like for samsung j7 lol and now im rooting my tab its been 3 weeks :D
If you only want to do stuff like hacking games, then you don't need to root. Theres no need to take the risk. You can just go to an Android piracy site and you can get all the games hacked already for you, so you just have to install them. Hacks like "infinite money" and stuff like that. If you want to flash a custom firmware onto your device and add/remove features that are normally hardcoded, then I think thats the only time you need to root. For just hacking and piracy, you virtually never need to root. If you're into hacked/modded games, just google for "modded APK's", or google the name of the game you want + mod, EG "Farmville + Mod APK". Remember to just be careful which site you DL from, and use an antivirus on your phone/tablet too.
Rooting itself does not void any warranty. If you're smart, you can just load the stock fastboot+recovery+data and the vendor will have no means of checking whether your device was rooted or not.
Also some manufacturers allow you to unlock bootloader (Xiaomi) without impacting your warranty.
I mean it's rather stupid decision - are you going to lose warranty over dell laptop just because you installed Arch Linux on it? Of course not.
I bough my note4 used as showroom device. It came to me with wrong version of the OS full of bugs and with damaged front camera (from continual use of camera apk without noticing). So they gave no hardware warranty and prolonged software warranty. There was nothihing to think about, I gave it root, TWRP bootloader, latest version of the stock OS (becose of S-pen support) without operator modification, kernel app, and so on, to made that phablet really able to do what most of the people can't.
Hi dude I am vishu from india with email id email@example.com
I need help in rooting my phone lenovo k8 note. And irony is that I have Linux as my daily computer driver... So I want you to help me in rooting my phone by Linux... Plz help me and reply me on my mail
100% Geek .. rooted lenovo moto z with latest twrp, lineage os 14.1 and elementalx kernel for undervolting and better power management. And change DPI so that i can have even more on the 5,5" QHD Amoled Panel themed with Substratum.
Hi Guys,Just Wanna Help! Don't Use Kingroot! It's has Spyware! Use Kingoroot,Iroot,Vroot!
If u has kingroot Uninstall Before it's too late 2Weeks Ago My note 2 was Rooted by Kingroot After 6month is bricked.
In 2014 I bought my first Smartphone (Sony Xperia Z1), didn't know about rooting or that the XDA website looked like that 3:50. Now I'm still using my Z1 running CarbonROM Nougat and I'm glad that I've chosen a very development-friendly OEM when I was a layman.
I am an Android geek for sure.
I have rooted my phone and changed the ROM more than 10 times ... And finally settled on stock ROM only. Lol
I have xposed installed and always been trying new modules . I have bricked it (soft brick). Twice or thrice but yeah now I am full aware of what to do and what not to do in this particular phone of mine. So yeah Android geek. Root it.