Will rooting my Motorola Triumph to remove some apps and then unrooting it cause it not to upgrade to Android 2.3 when it comes out?

by on September 6, 2011

Q: I recently rooted my Motorola Triumph using Gingerbreak. I used Titanium Backup to uninstall some bloatware apps and keyboards. I then unrooted because that’s all I wanted to do. Everything seems to work perfectly so far, but I am concerned that if/when Android 2.3 comes out for this phone, the upgrade won’t work. So do you think that uninstalling those things will cause an upgrade to fail?


2 Responses to “Will rooting my Motorola Triumph to remove some apps and then unrooting it cause it not to upgrade to Android 2.3 when it comes out?”
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    The upgrade will probably work just fine.

     
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    The upgrade may work fine but it may also depend on the files you removed.

    With my experience on Samsung devices even though the system was unrooted because I had modified it I had to flash back to a stock rom.

    If there is an official release and you perform a force update check and no update is available then you will probably have to reload a stock rom, then update.