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You guys voted on your favorite Android phones last week, so we added a few of the new ones--the Samsung Galaxy Note, the HTC One X, and the HTC One S--to our rooting guide. If you haven't rooted yet, there's no better time than now!
We love Android, but rooting your phone can give you the opportunity to do so much more than your phone can do out of the box—whether its wireless tethering, speeding it up with overclocking, or custo...
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Any chance of considering entry level stuff like Galaxy W?
Sigh, the rooting method listed for my phone requires an OS I don't use.
So, if you root your phone, does it void any kind of warranty or anything like that?
Yes it voids the warranty. But you can unroot if you need to get warranty work done.
auto root is probably the easiest way for folks to root and unroot but odin is so much better to use
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