Being with Sprint I can tell you their policy and would think that this is a universal thing among carriers. Rooting DOES NOT void your insurance. It's there for mainly physical things that go wrong with the phone. I.E. my EVOs back speaker went out after rooting...I thought I would have to unroot for them to fix it. Then I got to thinking to myself, they shouldn't have a problem replacing something like that because changing software wouldn't make the speaker mess up...which the totally did with no problem. Heck, you can usually return the phone to completely stock anyway and never have to worry about loosing the warranty. Though, I suppose that could be taken as "cheating the system".Chasm31 said:I know rooting voids warranty. Always wondered if it voided insurance also. Wanting to root my wife's tbolt, and buy it has cracked screen needing replaced under insurance. Should I wait for replacement?
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