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    Hate to do it but I need to bring it up to Sprint and have them check it out. I think I need a new phone but they want to test it first.

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    Default Re: Unrooting today

    Quote Originally Posted by dsx968 View Post
    Hate to do it but I need to bring it up to Sprint and have them check it out. I think I need a new phone but they want to test it first.

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    Did you check the thread on that?

    http://forums.androidcentral.com/spr...urn-stock.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsx968 View Post
    Hate to do it but I need to bring it up to Sprint and have them check it out. I think I need a new phone but they want to test it first.

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    Make sure you reset the binary counts with Triangle away immediately prior to flashing the return to stock tar.
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    Default Re: Unrooting today

    Back to rooted without a problem, BUT, something is wrong with Titanium Backup. When I installed it and started it not one single user or system app is showing up. Everything says zero. I need to figure this out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsx968 View Post
    Back to rooted without a problem, BUT, something is wrong with Titanium Backup. When I installed it and started it not one single user or system app is showing up. Everything says zero. I need to figure this out.
    Open titanium backup.
    Preferences
    Backup folder location
    Detect location / whole phone
    Use that location.

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    I tried that. It shows a folder but it says its empty. ES file explorer says the same thing.
    Any idea how the folder can be there but all of the contents got deleted? Or even how they got deleted?
    This pisses me off. Everything went perfectly with unroot and reroot.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dsx968 View Post
    Any idea how the folder can be there but all of the contents got deleted? Or even how they got deleted?
    Because the folder was recreated when titanium backup was installed.
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    Default Re: Unrooting today

    Did you copy your folders onto your pc?
    Sometimes when you un-root everything on the phone gets wiped out.
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    No. I will next time. I have to start over. Even YouTube videos I downloaded are gone now. Seems odd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dsx968 View Post
    No. I will next time. I have to start over. Even YouTube videos I downloaded are gone now. Seems odd.

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    Going back to stock wipes everything not on your external sdcard. It used to not do that but it started with LG8.
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    Default Re: Unrooting today

    I took my rooted phone up to Sprint, because my LCD went out and they fixed it


    CARRIER: SPRINT
    DEVICE: SAMSUNG GALAXY S3
    ROM: FREEZA'S DEODEXED STOCK ROM
    KERNAL: KTOONEZ
    THEME: THE WAY I WANT IT! (MORPHOLOGY)
    MESSAGING APP: STOCK JOSHBEACHES THEMED TOUCHWIZ (FINALLY!!!)

    ANYMORE QUESTIONS? LET ME KNOW!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cbass17 View Post
    I took my rooted phone up to Sprint, because my LCD went out and they fixed it
    #boss

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    Android is a tune up sports car with custom interior, sound system, and IOS is a stock model benz

    I use Android, because unlike IOS, i keep my apps in app drawers, and not infinitely cluttered homescreens
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soundtrack to Chaos View Post
    #boss

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    Yup, being rooted won't void your warranty unless it is a software issue. If you brick it by rooting then they tell you too bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skunkape60 View Post
    Yup, being rooted won't void your warranty unless it is a software issue. If you brick it by rooting then they tell you too bad.
    Ooh really? I didn't know that, I thought any damage to the device would void the warranty while rooted

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    Android is a tune up sports car with custom interior, sound system, and IOS is a stock model benz

    I use Android, because unlike IOS, i keep my apps in app drawers, and not infinitely cluttered homescreens
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soundtrack to Chaos View Post
    Ooh really? I didn't know that, I thought any damage to the device would void the warranty while rooted

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    Not on Sprint.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soundtrack to Chaos View Post
    #boss

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    Of course..of course


    CARRIER: SPRINT
    DEVICE: SAMSUNG GALAXY S3
    ROM: FREEZA'S DEODEXED STOCK ROM
    KERNAL: KTOONEZ
    THEME: THE WAY I WANT IT! (MORPHOLOGY)
    MESSAGING APP: STOCK JOSHBEACHES THEMED TOUCHWIZ (FINALLY!!!)

    ANYMORE QUESTIONS? LET ME KNOW!

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