Rooting an Android device is one of the most common things that you do after you purchase a Smartphone or a Tablet. It is easier than ever, it has lots of advantages and it helps you to gain full control of your phone. But, like in any novel, there are times when things change and you have to unroot your device maybe because it is slower than before, maybe because it has lots of bugs or worse, the Android OS refuses to do its job. Another reason to unroot is the security issues, one of the biggest concerns.
Unrooting is the process of reverse rooting. You unroot your phone and return it to stock.
The main purpose of unrooting: You have warranty back, which you lost it when you rooted your Android device and the original system settings and applications.
For those of you wondering how to “unroot” any rooted Android Smartphone or tablet, did you know that you can do that easily with 1-click using the SuperSU app?
SuperSU will remove root completely from any rooted Android Smartphone or tablet.
If you have custom recovery installed, it will not tamper that (you will have to re-install stock recovery or re-install stock firmware), but this will remove root completely for devices that only have root installed.
To Unroot Any Rooted Android Smartphone or Tablet
1. Download and install SuperSU app (free) [Skip this if you already have it installed].
2. Run the SuperSU app, go to Settings, and choose “Full Unroot”. That’s it
Reboot your phone and you should find your Android device completely unrooted. If you still see SuperSU or Superuser app in your drawer, simply uninstall using Play Store.