How To Unroot Your Android Smartphone/Tablet Safely

Here we are going to show about unrooting an Android Smartphone safely by two different methods


Rooting is the process of allowing users of smartphones, tablets and other device running the Android mobile operating system to attain the privilege control which is also known as root access over various Android subsystems. The main purpose of rooting is to gain ability or permission to replace system application and settings and also to run specialized apps that require administrator-level permission also performs the action which is inaccessible to normal Android users.

If you have a rooted android phone and want to get the warranty return or whatever reason might be, then you can simply unroot your device. Once you have unrooted, your Android device will get back to its stock firmware with a valid warranty. Here we are going to learn about two simple methods to unroot any rooted Android smartphone or tablet. So let’s get started

Before you begin to unroot your Android device, make sure to do this

  • Backup Data: While unrooting your Android device all the data will be wiped. So you have to make sure to back up all your important data.
  • Charge your Phone: Before unrooting make sure that the phone battery is above 50%.

  1.Unroot by Using SuperSU App


  • First, download and install SuperSU app from the google play store if it is not installed to your phone. (If the phone is rooted a SuperSU app should be already installed in it)
  • Launch SuperSu app, and go to settings and tap on to Full unroot
  • After doing this a dialogue box will appear to get conform to unroot your device, then tap to continue. (Here SuperSU app will be closed automatically after you tap to continue)
  • Restart your device to end the process
  • Uninstall the SuperSU app and you are fully unrooted

     2. Unroot by Using ES File Explorer


  • Firstly you have to access your device main drive and look for Select it and then tap to bin. After this, you can get a file named Busybox and SU delete it. If you can’t find any of them go to the next step
  • Go back to the system folder and open xbin if the files are there go ahead and delete both
  • Go back to the system folder and select app
  • Delete Superuser,apk
  • Restart the device and it will be done

Here is all about the unrooting your  Android device safely. Hope this article helps you to successfully unroot your Android device. If you have any query about the article comment it down below and don’t forget to share your unrooting experience with us.

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