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How can I unroot my phone

(Topic created on: 02-28-2022 07:52 PM)
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Galaxyexpert
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Guys how can I unroot my phone. I need your help please 🙏
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You got no Undo tab in this bud! 😁
Sorry 😁
Galaxyexpert
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😂😂bro no any other option
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SHINAN-EpFBz
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SuperSU is a must-have app if your need to unroot your Android phone or tablet. This free root management app can be downloaded from Google Play Store. Here are the steps you need to follow.

Step 1. As soon as you launch the app, you automatically grant it the root access.

Step 2. You'll now find Settings tab. Scroll down to Full unroot> Tap it.

Step 3. You'll be now prompted to allow completely unroot your device. Click on Continue and SuperSU will close automatically.

Step 4. Your Android device should now be unrooted.

Galaxyexpert
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Thank you
SHINAN-EpFBz
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please let me know if it's works
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Galaxyexpert
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This is what it shows when I openit, nothing more.Screenshot_20220302-000011_SuperSU.jpg
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SHINAN-EpFBz
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try with Kingroot
Galaxyexpert
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Ok
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MOQBALI
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Of course, I can guide you through the process. To unroot your phone, you'll typically need to follow these steps:

1. **Backup your data**: Before making any major changes to your phone, it's always a good idea to back up your important data.

2. **Download stock firmware**: You'll need to find and download the official stock firmware for your specific phone model. This can usually be found on the manufacturer's website.

3. **Enable Developer Options**: If you haven't already, go to your phone's settings, scroll down to "About phone," and tap on the build number several times until it says you are now a developer.

4. **Enable USB Debugging**: In the Developer Options, enable USB debugging.

5. **Install necessary drivers**: Make sure your computer has the required drivers installed for your phone.

6. **Use Odin or similar software (for Samsung)**: If you have a Samsung device, you'll likely use a program called Odin. Other manufacturers may have their own software for flashing firmware.

7. **Connect your phone to your computer**: Use a USB cable to connect your phone to your computer.

8. **Flash the stock firmware**: Open Odin (or the software you're using) on your computer, and select the stock firmware file. Follow the instructions provided by the software to flash the firmware.

9. **Wait for the process to complete**: This can take some time. Do not disconnect your phone during this process.

10. **Restore factory settings (optional)**: After the firmware has been flashed, you might want to perform a factory reset from the settings menu on your phone for a clean start.

Please note that this process may vary depending on your specific phone model and manufacturer. Make sure to double-check the instructions for your particular device.

Remember, unrooting your phone may also void any warranties or support you have with the manufacturer. Proceed with caution and ensure you're comfortable with the process before proceeding. If you're unsure about any step, it might be a good idea to seek assistance from a professional or a community dedicated to your specific phone model.
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