Android being an open source platform allows editing its sources and installing whatever the users wants. But, this open source feature doesn’t come out of the box as editing your system files isn’t legal according to most of the smartphone manufacturers. But, most of the users prefer using this feature, commonly known as Rooting. While most of the users enjoy after rooting, few users don’t like it & love to stay with stock because they can’t enjoy OTA updates or might be facing some stability issues. There is also an option for such users i.e unRooting. UnRooting doesn’t claim your warranty back (Its possible with few Samsung, Nexus, LG & HTC device.). Coming to the point, today we’ll discuss some of the easiest and safest method to unroot any Android device easily. You can use anyone method to unroot your Android device.
After rooting your Android, you would have installed any root handling app like Supersu, Kinguser etc. Each App comes with an inbuilt unroot function which is possibly the best, easiest & the safest method to unroot your Android device.
2. Through File manager :
While rooting your Android device, the software places a small file known as SU Binary which is the root file. All the permissions are granted via this bin file. To unroot your device, you can simply delete this file. Although this has quite less success rate like around 85%. To Unroot your device follow this steps :
1. Download any Root file manager ( Recommended : ES File Explorer.)
2. Grant Root permissions to the App & enable R/W (Read & Write) mode. You can find this option in the menu (drag from left to right) select Root Explorer. This mode allows to edit system files. Check the below image
All of you might be knowing about the famous Kingo Root App for PC, as it claims to root almost every Android device. Along with Rooting its also has unrooting feature which is pretty simple & risk free. To remove root,
Enable USB Debugging mode in your phone. (Settings > Developer Options > USB Debugging Mode)
Connect your phone to your PC through properly working USB cable.
Launch the Kingo Root App & wait for the App to detect your device.
Once its detected, Kingo Root will automatically detect that your device is rooted. It will show an option, “Remove Root.”
Click on that option & relax for 2-3 mins.
Done, you have successfully unrooted your device.
As every coin has two sides, there are few disadvantages of rooting too. If you have any problem in any of the above methods you can comment down your problem. Keep in mind that, majority of the manufacturer won’t consider your phone under warranty even after rooting, so make sure you don’t go to their Service center & demand for service after rooting your Android.