Having an android device and rooting your android device is of great importance as it gives you some total freedom to your phone. You’d be able to do some things on your smartphone you never imagined doing. Though it’s fun rooting our android devices, sometimes we might have some reasons to unroot our android devices. It might be to get some apps installed on the phone or to do a system update on the phone so as to prevent it from getting your phone hard bricked. With this post, I’d be showing you guys how to unroot our android devices.
- Unrooting via superSU, SuperUser, KingUser Etc.
- Using universal Unroot
- Flashing Stock Rom
This method totally depends on how your phone was rooted, and to find out, you have to check the phone app drawer to know which SU app was installed
For SuperSu go to settings scrow down to Clean up and select Full unroot
For KingUser go to Settings by clicking the gear icon then tap on Remove Root Permission and hit the clear Button
Reboot Your phone when it all Done.
You can try this method if the above method fails. There is a super app in play store called Universal Unroot, Download it and get the android device Unrooted
I believe if you guys follow the above methods, you’d be able to unroot your android devices