1. AC Question's Avatar
    About a week ago I rooted my Samsung Galaxy S3 neo. I regret that I did that because now every Google app (Drive, YouTube, Google play, etc.) isn't working. And I game didn't work as well so I reinstalled it and it works but lost everything in the app. So I wanted to get everything back by using Google Play but since that isn't working I can't do anything. Is there a way to fix my phone without Sasmung yelling at me for rooting my phone?
    04-29-2016 04:55 PM
  2. Rukbat's Avatar
    1. Rooting won't affect those apps since they evidently didn't need root to run, so they never call su (which is the only change when you root - if the rooting app was written properly), so they don't know if the phone is rooted.

    2. Samsung will charge you for having rooted the phone - IF they even decide to repair it.

    3. Just flash a stock ROM to the phone (see [Samsung] How to flash Stock ROM via ODIN). It may look scary, but by the 5th time you flash a ROM, you'll do it during a ball game so you have something to do. It's boring.
    04-29-2016 05:01 PM

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