Rooting your android device facilitate the complete removal and replacement of the device operating system with a current version of the device.This process is often performed with the goal of overcoming limitations that manufacturers put on some devices.
Sometimes rooting can potentially harm your device and result in improper functioning of the device.Don’t want your phone in the rooted mode anymore due to some functionalities or difficulties you are encountering?Check out this post on how to unroot you device.
Unrooting your phone will wipe everything from it.Before you begin the unroot process,backup your files to either your Pc or SD card to prevent future losses.
UNROOT YOUR PHONE WITH SUPERSU
Currently the simplest way to unroot your Android device is by using SuperSU,it is a simple and easy to use app available on the google play store.Here is how to use it;
1.Download SuperSU and install it from Google Play store.
2.Open SuperSU and go to the settings tab.
3.Scroll down to locate Full Unroot and tap to open it.
4.Confirm that you want to completely unroot your device.
5.SuperSU will automatically close once the unroot is completely.
6.After the restart is complete,uninstall SuperSu app and launch your files you backed up.
That’s all, you can now enjoy your normal phone.
UNROOT YOUR PHONE WITH ES FILE EXPLORER
ES File Explorer is not just as simple app as you see,it comes with many great features one of which is unroot an Android device.This guide will show you how to unroot your device with this app.
1.Download ES File Explorer from Google Play Store and install it.
2.Launch ES File Explorer and open menu.
3.Locate Tools and turn on Root Explorer.
4.Accept root privileges if requested.
5.Go back to the main screen,select your device’s root root folder from the list.
6.From root,select System/Bin.
7.Locate the busy box and su files and delete them.
8.Navigate back to your device root folder and open it.
10.Restart your device.Your device will reboot to unrooted and normal.