1. Jason Black's Avatar
    So im going to take my phone in to the sprint store tomorrow because the camera is all grainy and messed up now. I tried to wipe it several times but its still grainy. Its probably from cyanogen and all the flashing but i cant tell. What are the steps i can take to go back to stock before i go there? How do i unroot and so on?

    Sent from my CM 7 Monster Evol.
    05-05-2011 07:25 PM
  2. SmokeCrawler's Avatar
    If you used unrevoked or a method that used unrevoked forever then here is the link you need:
    http://forum.androidcentral.com/htc-...d-forever.html

    If the method you used didn't use unrevoked or a method that had unrevoked forever then here is this link that is helpful:
    http://forum.androidcentral.com/htc-...uu-method.html

    Edit: Make sure the RUU is the correct one for you. Check hboot, radios and so on.
    Jason Black likes this.
    05-05-2011 07:45 PM
  3. Jason Black's Avatar
    Does the ruu replace all the radios and so on to stock?

    Sent from my CM 7 Monster Evol.
    05-05-2011 07:51 PM
  4. SmokeCrawler's Avatar
    Does the ruu replace all the radios and so on to stock?

    Sent from my CM 7 Monster Evol.
    Yes it will.
    05-05-2011 07:58 PM
  5. skife's Avatar
    So im going to take my phone in to the sprint store tomorrow because the camera is all grainy and messed up now. I tried to wipe it several times but its still grainy. Its probably from cyanogen and all the flashing but i cant tell. What are the steps i can take to go back to stock before i go there? How do i unroot and so on?

    Sent from my CM 7 Monster Evol.
    From the sprint ASC Methods and procedures

    Handling Rooted Android Devices Policy (ASC)
    Version 5.0 2011 Sprint. Sprint and the logo are trademarks of Sprint. Other marks are the property of their
    respective owners.
    4/4/11
    1 of 1
    Store Type Authorized Service Center
    Device Type Sprint (CDMA) and Nextel (iDEN)
    Overview
    Rooting a phone (or getting root) is the process of modifying the operating system on a
    device to obtain complete control over it. By rooting a device, the user can then alter certain
    built-in functionality of the device. Rooting is strongly discouraged by Sprint and device
    manufacturers.
    Since there is currently no way of proving that a device has been rooted by a customer,
    suspected rooted devices should be handled as follows:
    Advanced Exchange Locations
    If the customer is experiencing issues that are suspect to be caused by rooting the device
    Step Action
    1
    Educate the customer on the risks involved in rooting their device:
    Rooting can cause irreparable damage to the device.
    Rooting can result in an inoperable device.
    Rooting may result in all customer data and customizations being lost.
    2
    Open and eTicket and exchange the device per standard Advanced Exchange
    procedures. NOTE: Refer to AE Transactions M&P for more information.
    3
    In the eTicket, document the specific issues with the device and note that the device is
    suspected of being rooted.
    Full Service or Service Only Locations
    If the customer is experiencing issues that are suspect to be caused by rooting the device
    Step Action
    1
    Educate the customer on the risks involved in rooting their device:
    Rooting can cause irreparable damage to the device.
    Rooting can result in an inoperable device.
    Rooting may result in all customer data and customizations being lost.
    2
    Open an eTicket and document the specific issues with the device. Also, note that the
    device is suspected of being rooted.
    3 Attempt to resolve the issue by reloading the device software.
    4
    If the issue cannot be resolved, exchange the device per standard Advanced Exchange
    procedures. NOTE: Refer to AE Transactions M&P for more information.
    05-09-2011 12:44 PM
  6. eastbay925's Avatar
    am new at rooting and i would like to know wats the easiest root so i can get a good feeling to rooting and so on..... msg me if possible
    05-10-2011 08:45 PM
  7. SmokeCrawler's Avatar
    Check this out for getting a feeling for it

    http://forum.androidcentral.com/htc-...27-2011-a.html

    Linked you to this because it sounded like you wanted to be hands on with the root.
    05-10-2011 08:59 PM
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