In the previous article Top 10 programs for obtaining Root rights we told you how to get root rights. Now, if Root rights are no longer needed and you no longer need them, then the question appears: “How to remove Root rights?” Below we will look at how and in what ways you can delete them on your Android device. After uninstalling, do not forget to check for root rights with the Root Checker application.
Root Checker – an application for checking the presence and correct installation of Root rights on your Android device.
To work, you just need to launch the application and press the “CHECK” button, after a while the result will appear on the smartphone screen.
Why remove Root rights
First, let’s find out why you might even need to remove Ruth’s rights from your device at all. Removing root access may be required in a number of cases:
- It is necessary to return the smartphone for repair under warranty.
- If the device is sold to another person.
- The phone started to glitch.
- You have removed the built-in standard applications and you no longer need Root rights.
If you got Root access to your smartphone and you no longer need them, then you will probably be interested to know how to return your Android to its original state. This can be done in the following ways.
Remove root rights using SuperSu
SuperSU – the easiest and most popular way to remove root rights, using the application that was installed during rooting. In addition to the well-known SuperSu, there may be other applications for managing and distributing root rights: SuperSu, Kingo SuperUser, etc.
To remove root, run any of the listed programs and follow these three steps:
- Go to the “SETTINGS” section.
- Find and select “REMOVE FULL ROOT”.
- Wait for the process to finish and restart your device.
Remove root rights by flashing software
If the first method could not remove the superuser rights, then you will have to reflash your android for this. But before that, try to do a full reset and restore to factory settings, most often this is enough and the root rights disappear. After that, to ensure complete uninstallation and correct removal, check the presence of root using the free Root Checker program (link at the beginning of the article).
If you cannot remove root rights in the usual ways, then you can use special applications for this. All of them can be found and downloaded for free in the official Play Store. The first option is described using the example of the file manager Root Browser, but this instruction is suitable for any file manager with root support (ES Explorer, Total Commander, etc.).
Remove root rights using file manager
Root Browser – File manager with ample opportunities and access to all sections of the system.
- Open the app.
- Go to the / system / app / section and uninstall the SuperSu.apk application.
- Go to / system / bin and delete busybox or su files.
- Go to the path / system / xbin and delete the busybox or su files.
- Reboot your device.
Remove root rights with Universal Unroot
Universal unroot – Universal application for removing root rights on android tablets and phones.
- Run the application.
- Click the “Unroot” button.
- Confirm the removal of root rights with the “Yes” button.
- Reboot your device.
And what method do you use to remove root rights? Share your opinion by leaving a comment at the bottom of the page, maybe your message will be useful and help other users.