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How to Unroot Android with iRoot

--By On November 16, 2015


Rooting will void the warranty of your Android phone. Say you root your Android and after that your phone encounters a malfunction. Then manufacturer will not cover the damage. Luckily, you can get guarantee back by unrooting your device. With a suitable unrooting method, the reserve process of rooting, you can unroot your Android and return it to stock. In this article, you will see how to unroot Android with iRoot.

iRoot is a root master for Android devices. It can root your phone. Reversely, it is available to remove root access from the device. The process is safe. And the app is free of charge. Just have a try.

Supported Devices:
Samsung Galaxy S/Note, LG, HTC, Motorola, Sony, Google Nexus, Huawei, Lenovo, Xiaomi, OnePlus, etc.

Step 1. Connect Android to PC
Download and install iRoot on your computer. In the home page, you will be required to connect your Android device to the computer via USB cable.

Waiting to connect

Step 2. Installing Android
Once you connect your phone to the computer, you need to enable USB debugging on the Device. When installing device, please wait. Don't touch USB cable.

Installing Android Device

Step 3. Unroot Android with iRoot
When you device is detected, the program will check the root status of your Android. If you device has been rooted, you will have "Unroot" option. Click the button at the lower-left corner.

Unroot Device with iRoot

After unrooting, you can get back the warranty of your Android phone. And you can have your device repaired by the manufacturer for free.

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6 years ago

Thank you for the great article. Android nougat root guide is here:

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