Rooting the Droid RAZR.
Hey everybody. I was thinking of rooting my Motorola Droid RAZR. Yes, I know rooting my Android would void it's warranty (I've had it since December 2011). But my two questions are this: is it REALLY worth rooting my Android? And, I have insurance for my Android, so if it becomes bricked as it is rooted, will insurance cover it? Thanks everybody in advance.
EDIT: I have jailbroken two of my itouch's. The first was the... 2G I believe? And the other is my 4G itouch with the camera running 5.1. Therefore, I am used to hacking devices.
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- 08-23-2012, 03:40 AM #2
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Re: Rooting the Droid RAZR.
I think I'd read my insurance plan to be sure... personally, I think most insurance is just a scam for people to buy into and most don't use it, and even if they use it they probably have paid more into it then what they get back in the long term.Current: Moto X (2014) Pure Edition, Pebble Steel, Chromecast
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