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Update is loaded with bloat
It's quite simple really. I don't ever modify them. I purchase a device for the best it can do. If you modify your device, you void the warranty and could open up your expensive piece of hardware to more fragmentation.
Money is tight on my end. I don't need to be shelling out dollars to insurance companies for replacements when it could've been avoided in the first place.
Many may argue my case, but most everyone I know personally that has jailbroken or rooted their devices over the years, has seen their share of trips to the service center. Those that didn't, seem to have less problems. It appears this is the only common denominator other than the occas...
If you own the Evo, why would you want to root it? This device does just about anything you want.
I own an Evo and was hesitant to root for a long time, but being a phone geek I got bored with the device and decided to root and I'm glad i took the plunge. Don't get me wrong, the Evo is great stock, but its so much better rooted. It opens up the customization and the developers tweak it to make it a lot faster. Free wifi tethering is also a plus. You can also delete all that bloatware and other crap apps that are constantly running in the background. I haven't had one issue once I rooted. The key thing in what you said was "if you know what you're doing." People that have issue...
As far as tethering: I am more of an ethical individual. I will not steal from the carrier even though th...
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