If you are reading this post then it means you know your phone is rooted and have decided to remove root access in your Android phone.
Rooting an Android phone gives you complete control over your Android operating system; but it is also accompanied by some disadvantages such as warranty void, you also have to take care of all your device security.
However, Unrooting an Android Phone is easy. So here in this tutorial today, you are going to learn exactly how to do that.
To Unroot an Android Phone, you need to install an app called SuperSu, follow the steps below to install the app from the Play Store.
✅Go to your Google Play Store and search for “SuperSu” (without the quotes).
✅Tap on SuperSU by chainfire (most likely the first search result).
✅Tap Install and Accept to start the installation.
✅When the installation has completed, Tap Open to open SuperSU.
✅Tap “Settings” from the menu at the top right corner of the screen.
✅Scroll down and you will find “Full Unroot”, tap on it.
You will popup warning that reads as follow:
if cleanup succeeds, root will be lost, and this app will close automatically in a few seconds, reboot your device afterwards. Beware that some kernels automatically re-root at boot. Are you want to contcontinue?
Tap “Continue” to start the Unrooting.
When the Unrooting has completed, the app will automatically, reboot the phone after the app closes.
How to Root an Android Phone
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