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"soulsiphoner said:
The main reason is that I'm never satisfied with any rom and I would always end up soft bricking and doing an sbf. Plus, if I ever need to use my insurance I can without being charged for full price...I already almost couldn't sbf one time due to my camera button not working. I had to put it into bootloader mode and almost couldn't. This way I feel safe. After I get out of this contract, I'm definitely going back to root, then my new phone I will keep it stock for the same reason of insurance purposes.
Rooting voids warranty .. not insurance.. just a thought.
 
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