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How to Unroot Android Phone

Methods to remove root from Android phones

1. Unroot Android phone via SuperSU
Step 1. Open SuperSU on your phone, and then tap SETTINGS.
Step 2. Scroll down to find “Full unroot” on CLEANUP section.
Step 3. Tap “Full unroot” and read the pop-up information, then choose “Continue”.
Step 4. Wait for unrooting by the app, and then reboot your device.

2. Unroot Android phone via root tools, like Kingroot
Step 1. Install Kingroot apk on your phone. 
Step 2. Run Kingroot on your phone. Grant root permission if asked.
Step 3. Go to Menu icon> Settings, and then choose “Uninstall KingRoot”.
Step 4. Tap “Continue”, then choose “OK”.

3. Unroot Android phone by flashing stock ROM
Install Stock Firmware for Samsung with Odin on PC
Odin is a most commonly used Samsung flashing tool, which is leaked from Samsung itself. You can install any version (earlier or latest) of Samsung stock firmware with Odin to remove rooting, but you must find the right firmware package for your device model. What’s more, this solution will wipe all your device data. Make a backup before you try this solution.

Please install Odin on your computer and download the ROM package (do a search on Google) for your Samsung device to computer, then follow steps below.

Step 1. Boot Samsung into Download Mode (aka. Odin Mode). Turn off device, then press and hold Home + Power + Volume down buttons at the same time to enter Download Mode.
Step 2. Launch Odin on PC. Make sure Auto Reboot and F. Reset Time are checked.
Step 3. Click PA (or PDA, depends on which version of Odin) from the right column.
Step 4. Locate the firmware package you downloaded to PC, and then click Open to load.
Step 5. Click Start and wait it to complete.

Note:
1. Odin is only compatible with Windows. You can use Heimdall if you need alternatives for Linux or MAC OS.
2. If your phone gets stuck in an infinite boot loop after the flash, you will need to perform factory reset to fix it. Learn how to factory resetAndroid phone in recovery mode. It is suggested to do it before installing firmware.






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