- 01-29-2011, 08:51 PM #2
- 3,706 Posts
You shouldn't be rooting your phone in the first place. That voids the phone warranty.
However, if you choose to do so... it's your own business.
Stop what you're doing and see if you can revert the phone back to its original state. There are several threads with tutorial on how to root. I can't seem to find the link at this time.
I hope someone will come along to assist you on this.
Best of luck.
- 01-29-2011, 08:56 PM #3
- 11,773 Posts
- Stock for now
please keep discussion on rooting here http://forum.androidcentral.com/veri...-root-how.html
i answered your question there, and yes you do these things at your own risk but chances you will really brick your phone are slim to none and using odin we can have you back in stock state in a matter of minutesIf i've made life easier buy me a Macchiato