A few reasons would be that a rooted application or program you have downloaded and installed may have its negative impact on your device and is causing all sorts of problems. Un-rooting your device will obviously revert your system’s state, depriving installed Rooted apps and programs of Root Access and permissions, so they will have no chance to take effect.
another reason why you would want to un-root your device may be because System Updates via OTA will not let you proceed with the Update download/install because the system has detected that your device has been modified through rooting.
Now let’s see how to How to UnRoot your Rooted Android Device
- First download ES File Explorer from Google Play and don’t move to SD card.
- After that launch application and click on the slash button.
- Now tap the phone menu button to reveal new options and Root Explore setting it to ON.
- Next, allow Superuser to grant root privileges to the app.
- Navigate to System folder, then “bin” folder, then find “su” file.
- Select SU by pressing continuously on it and then delete.
- Navigate into xbin folder, in the System folder and delete the “su” file.
- In the app folder from System folder delete the Superuser.apk file.
- Reboot your device. Your device is now unrooted.
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