How to remove and delete the root Android?

want you to sell your Android smartphone? In this case, it is best to remove the root. For plenty of other reasons, you may want to unrooter your smartphone or Tablet: problems, malware, unable to make the OTA updates. For example, if you return your Samsung won for service, it is highly recommended to remove the root of your device. There are several methods, this is one of the easiest and the safest.

for this tutorial, we will simply use one of the features of the SuperSu application, which allows you to delete the root access. The SuperSU application is then desinstallable manually without problem.

The procedure is extremely simple. The unit used for this article is a Samsung Galaxy S5 but it works on all Android devices of course.

Check if your phone is already rooted

first of all, please check if your phone is rooted. You can use an application like Root Checker to do that. For more details, we recommend the reading of this article:

  • Version of the app: 5.7.7

  • size of the app: 5.83 MB

  • app compatibility: Android 2.3 or more

  • economic model: free with purchases in the app

Root Checker Install on Google Play

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think to check if your smartphone is actually rooted with to do although it is… © ANDROIDPIT

Why remove the root on Android?

Good question! Rooting Android, it’s good. In Europe, the root does not remove the warranty, unless the problem is caused by the procedure itself. Stay if you don’t want to have to negotiate 107 years with the service, I advise you to remove the root of your Android device. 

How to remove the root of an Android device?

You have two methods here. The first is to delete files, the second pass by the SuperSU application. 

Method 1: deleting files

you can attempt to remove the root with your file manager. The process is extremely simple, just follow the following steps:

  1. go to/system/bin then find the su file and delete

  2. go to/system/xbin and remove the su file.

  3. then go to/system/app and remove Superuser.apk.

  4. restart your device, the root should have disappeared.

method 2: manipulation by SuperSU

normally, you have all the application SuperSU installing on your mobile as a result of the root. The application has a function that allows you to remove access to the root, simply. 

1. launch the SuperSU application. If you have uninstalled it for a reason, simply reinstall it from the Google Play.

  • App version: 2.79

  • the app size: 6.28 MB

  • app compatibility: Android 2.1 or more

  • business model: free

SuperSU Install on Google Play

2. click the settings at the top right, and then on abolition of the root . Confirm with continue .

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if SuperSU asks you to update the binary known, click on ‘Continue’. © AndroidPIT

3.  Once the operation is completed, this takes a few minutes and causes various automatic procedures. You can then restart your Android.

4. uninstall the application SuperSU.

There you go! You have removed the root of your Android smartphone.

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to remove (almost) all of the root, you need to uninstall the application SuperSU. © ANDROIDPIT

problems with the unroot your Android?

I had one major problem with this method. If you have a custom recovery offering you the “ Fix root – (/ system/xbin/su)” , it may be that the procedure does not go like clockwork: the only solution to remove the root was for me to Flash an official firmware, boot, recovery and system. 

These methods have worked for you?

1 comment:

  1. I am using AVG protection for a number of years, and I would recommend this solution to everyone.


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