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Every one of us at some point in time might consider selling our Android smartphones or tablets. And for that it’s a normal to remove our personal stuff like Contacts, Photos, Mails, SMS and much more. But what to do if the device we are going to sell is a rooted one. In that case it is best to remove the root access from our device, but how? Given below is a very simple and useful method to do this.
In this method, we will use an important function that is found in the app “SuperSU” that will help you in “How to unroot your Android device that’s been rooted”. After the removal of root access, the SuperSU app will then be uninstalled manually through it’s own uninstalling process. (We will show you in the end How to uninstall SuperSU app safely).The process is quite easy and this will work for all your Android devices.
How to Unroot your Android device that’s been rooted
Follow these steps to remove a root access on your android device.
- Open the SuperSU app from your device Menu. If you don’t have the app or you have uninstalled it, Get it installed on your device, for free, from Google Play Store or from our direct download link given in the end of this guide.
- Click on “Settings”.
- Find “Full unroot” and Give it a Click.
- Tap on “Continue” to confirm the process.
- Reboot your Android device after few minutes. You will find your Device Unrooted successfully.
- Uninstall SuperSU or let it be there for your friend’s use.
Process to Uninstall superSU App
Superuser access management runs through a so called “su binary”. There can be only one of these at a time. So if you install SuperSU, your previous superuser access management solution will no longer operate. So if you want to switch back
- Open that application, and search for an option for it to install/update/replace the “su binary”.
- Confirm root-using apps are using the superuser solution you want.
- Uninstall SuperSU.
That’s all done. Now you have completely removed the root access from your Android. You can reconfirm using a Root checker app either you have root privileges or not after your device’s reboot.
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