[How to] Root and Unroot Android

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Manpreet Singh is a part time blogger and tech geek from india. Apart from blogging he is a student. He loves to write about technology, blogging, SEO, Internet Marketing, Make Money online, Social Media, Android, Windows and other interesting topics. He is Founder of TechHacks.org, How to Unlock iPhone and My Tricks Club Blog and He love to share what he knows.
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Android rooting is the process of allowing users of Smartphone’s, tablets, and other devices running the Android mobile operating system to get the full control and authority within Android’s subsystem. When you root an Android phone it enables you to act as the administrator of the phone. Android rooting provides you the facility to completely remove and replace your device’s operating system.

In these days Android Rooting is one of the most common things that you do after you purchase a smartphone or a tablet. It is easier than ever, it has lots of advantages and it helps you to gain full control. But if you want to  unroot your device maybe because it is slower than before, maybe because it has lots of bugs or worse, the Android OS refuses to do its job. Another reason to unroot is the security issues, one of the biggest concerns.

With the help of One Click Root you can easily root your android and with the help of these two apps OTA RootKeeper and SuperSU you can easily unroot your android without any difficulty.

How to Root and Unroot Android

How to Root and Unroot Android

How to Root and Unroot Android

How to Root Android:

As we told that now a day’s its very easy to root your Android device it’s all because of numerous Android rooting software, just like “One click Root”. This is a most preferred rooting software, it is designed to do one thing – root any Android Smartphone or tablet as quickly and safely as possible. One Click Root is the world’s leading Android rooting software. With just a single click, you can root your Android Smartphone or tablet and have access to hundreds of new and exciting features. With the help of this software you can root your device just with single click, You just need to connect

your Android to the computer via USB, download the program and rest all leave it to One Click Root.

How to UnRoot Android:

If you want to unroot your android , We recommended you to using these two apps called OTA RootKeeper and SuperSU and the best thing is these apps are absolutely free to download it from Google Play Store. By using these two apps you can unroot your android easily.

1) Unroot Android Using “OTA RootKeeper” App:

The first app is OTA RootKeeper and the app is open source as well. You can download this app from Google Play store for free.

How to Use OTA RootKeeper?

  1. Download and Install this app on your Rooted Android Phone
  2. Now open the app and click on Temp.un-root (Temp.un Root temporarily unroots you device)
  3. Now again click on Delete su backup (Note: Clicking on Delete su Backup will permanently unroot your device.

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2) Unroot Android Using “SuperSU” App:

The second handy app is SuperSU. It has similar features like RootKeeper and can be downloaded from Google Play Store for free.

How to SuperSU ?

Step 1: Download and Install SuperSU on your phone

Step 2: Open SuperSU and Tap on Setting, then on Full Unroot.

In some cases you have custom recovery installed and SuperSU app already installed. You can run the SuperSU app, go to Settings, and choose ‘Full unroot’. Your device is unrooted. If your SuperSU or Superuser app is still there, simply uninstall using Play Store.

Conclusion :

Though it has many advantages but rooting an Android without following proper instructions can be risky. But with the help of One Click Root you can easily root your android and can have much out of it as it will speed up your Android’s performance, increase its battery life, and access hundreds of new and exciting features. And Rooting an Android device is totally safe and best thing you and your device can have. And With the help of these two apps (OTA RootKeeper and SuperSU) you can unroot your Android without any difficulty. Do try any of the app and let us know which one worked on your device.

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  1. Twitter:
    Manpreet thanks for providing an awesome post about rooting and unrooting of android.
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  2. Twitter:
    I have an Android and have been looking into unrooting it for a while. This makes things much easier. thanks
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  3. Twitter:
    Hi @Aldo ,
    thanks for your appreciation
    for anything regarding android and rooting feel free to ask.

    -Manpreet
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  4. Thanks for sharing informative article about Root and Unroot Android. I read the article find it good. SuperSU Unroot app is the best app for Un-rooting android smartphones. I’ve been trying unrooting my phone and this just makes things so much easier.
    Thanks for sharing valuable post with us.
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  5. I thought I had problems rooting my phone, but it just needed to be restarted. So if it looks like your root didn’t work, try restarting your phone.


  6. Twitter:
    hi Preet
    There are lots of reasons why people get android phone and one is, its power and ability to customize the heck out of it. But that doesn’t mean that other platform are not good and customizable. Android offers users the ability to tweak its overall look just with the use of Widgets, Home Screen Launcher and other features which you can download from Google Play Store.


  7. Twitter:
    I dont really understand why people root android cause I am already getting much more features…I never root my devices but yes custom roms are great however I love Sense 6 more than anything
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  8. Twitter:
    I have a galaxu duos which is rooted and I use custom roms on it. It is great how you can unlock thousands of features of your phone by rooting it. It also increases battery life and this article is great
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  9. Twitter:
    Thanks for comment my brother :)
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  10. Twitter:
    Root an Android device has been a difficult task for years. I am glad nowadays to root an Android you simply need to download an application and follow the instructions.
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  11. helo
    i got the root acesses to my device ..but i am facing problem with super su app. it is not working properly on my device will try this method u have mentioned …thnx for your tutorilal.
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  12. Twitter:
    hi Preet

    There are lots of reasons why people get android phone and one is, its power and ability to customize the heck out of it. But that doesn’t mean that other platform are not good and customizable. Android offers users the ability to tweak its overall look just with the use of Widgets, Home Screen Launcher and other features which you can download from Google Play Store.

  13. Really a great post !!
    a wanna ask a question can i use this method for MMX A116
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  14. Twitter:
    Thanks Manpreet for sharing this information. Your blog also have lots of information based on android.
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  15. Thanks, just got an Android and really needed this.
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  16. Twitter:
    Hey that post is awesome.
    I just rooted my Symphony W150 mobile.Now i can use any software without having any problem.It is really safe and easy.Just some clicks!
    Thank you very much for the nice post!
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  17. Twitter:
    I had samsung ace 2 before, and had been rooting it for years with different custom roms. My last rooted phone was a failure. i wasn’t able to figure out the cause of my phone bricked. Afterwards i bought a new samsung s4 phone, and i don’t think i can root it despite of what happened before.. hahah

    Thank you for this informative article.

  18. I want to root my Samsung s6812 Android phone but I am still not sure if it is a smart idea given that the failure rate is very high. My phone is still in the warranty period. Should I wait the warranty to end or should I root it now?

  19. Great post bro !!!


  20. Twitter:
    Manpreet,
    thanks for sharing such as precious knowledge about rooting and unrooting. I want to know if i root my smart phone and install custom rom is it possible to uninstall the custom rom and then unroot with default OS in it so i can avail the product worrrenty
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    • Twitter:
      Hi @Manish Kumar,
      First of all, thanks for awesome comment, If you flash custom rom on your smartphone, if you want back to stock rom then find stock rom or stable stock version of rom for your android and then flash it.
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