Rooting your Android Phone gives you some extra permission with the help of which you will be able to get some extra features. You can also get the latest Android Version before launching officially on your phone if you have rooted it. But, one of the disadvantages is that rooting void your phone warranty.
One of the good things is that you can unroot too your Android Phone. We have listed some methods in this article you can follow them.
Method 1: Manual Unrooting
- First of all, you have to download a File Manager which can access Rooting files of your Android Phone. Some of the famous File managers on Google Play are Root Browser, ES File Explorer, and X-Plore File Manager.
- Now, from that File Manager, you have to find a file with the name /system/bin/ and then press it.
- Now, you have to delete a file with the name of .su.
- Now again press /System/bin/.
- You have to delete this file from here also.
- After that, you have to find this /system/app/ and press on it.
- From here you have to delete Superuser.apk file.
- That’s all after doing this all you have to reboot your phone and then your phone will be unrooted.
Method 2: Use SuperSU
- First of all, you have to open a SuperSU app on your mobile phone. If you haven’t installed any custom recovery image app in your phone then you can use SuperSU app.
- Now, you have to click on a Settings option.
- After that when you scroll down you will get a Cleanup option click on it.
- From there you have to choose a Full Unroot option.
- Now, click on the continue button and then Reboot your mobile phone.
Method 3: Unroot with the help of premium Unrooting app
If the above methods do not work for you or you do not to do these kinds of technical things or does not have time to make your phone unroot then you can use the premium app for unrooting your phone. There are many premium unrooting apps are available on the Google Play Store with the help of which you will be able to unroot your Android Phone and make it normal as before.
You can download Universal Unroot app from the Google Play Store which is much famous for unrooting Android Phone. This app has a little cost which you has to pay only for one time and this app will be saved for a lifetime.
So, if you have also rooted your Android Phone and now after rooting it you did not like it and want to unroot it again then you can follow above methods which we have listed in this article. Two methods are free and the third one requires paid app for this work.
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