Sometimes we want to unroot or remove root for several reasons, maybe you need to send your phone back for warranty purposes, or perhaps you’re getting ready to accept an over-the-air update and need to unroot first. In some cases, reverting to the stock firmware can even resurrect a soft-bricked phone.
Unroot with SuperSU
- Download SuperSU from Play Store.
- Open SuperSU and go to Setting.
- Scroll Down, we will find the Full Unroot under Cleanup section.
- Tap on Full Unroot then taps on Continue.
- It takes couples of minutes to complete the process.
- When the process is complete, Reboot/Restart your device.
- You successfully unroot the device.
If you want to remove SuperSU icon, uninstall it from Play Store and Reboot/Restart the mobile.
Unroot with ES File Explorer
- Download ES File Explorer from Play Store.
- Open ES File Explorer and tap on Menu Button, Enable Root Explorer.
- SuperUser asks for Grant Permission, allow it.
- Go back to the main screen and open System>>Bin>>SU File and keep holding and Delete it.
- Go to System>>XBin if you find SU File then delete it as well.
- Then go to System>>App also delete the SuperUser.apk file.
- After that Reboot/Restart your device.
Unroot with Odin (Only for Samsung’s Mobiles)
- Download latest Odin version.
- Download the stock firmware for your device. Search for your mobile model number.(Stock Firmware is specific for all models of Samsung)
- Download USB Drives for the proper working of Odin then install it.
- Power OFF your device and open it in Downloading Mode by pressing and holding the Volume Down, Home, and Power Buttons simultaneously.
- Then connect your mobile with PC with USB Data Cable.
- Open Odin (Added message will appear).
- Click on PDA and choose Firmware file.
- Make sure that Auto-Reboot is checked.
- Click on Start Button to start the process.
- When the process is complete, your mobile is automatically Restart.