If you are having problems after rooting your phone and want to unroot your phone then follow this tutorial. There are two methods to Unroot a rooted android device. First method is by using a pc software that you used to root your phone earlier and the second method is to unroot your phone using the SuperSU app itself. Both method are safe to unroot your phone but you have to be a little careful before proceeding.
SEE ALSO:How to Root An Android Phone
Before You Proceed:
Read below points before Unrooting your Android device:
- Unrooting your Android phone will remove all Super User permissions & you will be unable to use any app that requires Root access.
- You will not be able to Run any Unauthorised app.
- Before Unrooting your Android device remove all those apps that requires Root Access.
Method 1: (Using PC Software)
If you have rooted your Android Phone using this then follow this part of un-rooting your android device.
- Open 'Kingo Android Root' application in your PC/Laptop.
- Enable 'USB Debugging Mode' in your Android Device & Connect your phone to PC/Laptop using USB Cable.
- Wait for Kingo Android Root to automatically detect your phone & you will see a window like the image below.
- Click on 'Remove Root' button and wait for the Software to unroot your phone.
Method 2: (Using SuperSU App)
Using this method you can easily unroot your Android phone no matter how you have Rooted your android phone. This method does not require PC/Laptop access.
- Open 'SuperSu' App in your Phone & Click on 'Settings'.
- Navigate to 'CLEANUP' tab and Select 'Full Unroot'.
- You will see a new dialog box which asks you for Confirmation to unroot your Android phone. Just Click on Continue and wait for the App to Uninstall.
- After Uninstallation, Restart your Phone to make it more stable.
Now you have successfully unrooted your Android device and you can use your phone normally. If you need any kind of help related to this tutorial then comment below.