Android is leading the mobile OS market and why not? It is something that other mobile OS are not, that is being open source. But, Android also has something that other Mobile OS don’t or less, and that is performance issues. However, if your Android phone has become slow then you can root your phone to increase the performance.
Although, Google’s latest version Android 6.0 MarshMallow has been optimized to be less power-hungry and can be installed on the devices with even 512MB RAM. Rooting your Android phone gives you total control over your phone. Like you can uninstall pre-installed Android apps, you can also install custom ROM on your device, and you will be able to install few apps that can only be installed on the rooted Android phone.
But this freedom in Android can cost you your mobile phone warranty. As rooting your Android phone will void your phone’s warranty agreement. So, if something goes wrong while rooting your device then the warranty card will not be of any use.
Fortunately, unrooting your rooted Android phone is possible. Yes, you heard it right. You can try to unroot your rooted Android phone with the help of third-party apps or by flashing official ROM of your device. Flashing the official ROM on your Android phone is possible only when you can find the official ROM for your device. However, third-party unrooting apps are not device restricted. Hence, you can use them on almost every Android phone.
An advantage of unrooting your Android phone using third-party apps over flashing ROM is that it is not only less risky, but also takes less time. Also, anyone with little to no knowledge of rooting can unroot their phone. All you have to do is download the app, move it to your Android phone and proceed with unrooting your Phone.
Now smile 😀 and say thanks to the Android developers who created these two apps called OTA RootKeeper and SuperSU. The best thing is these apps are free to download. By using these two apps, you can unroot your Android Phone and Tablet easily without any hassle.
Unroot Android Phone and Tablet
As I said before, to unroot your Android phone, you can use any of the app mentioned below.
1. OTA RootKeeper ( App N/A)
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?
Step 1: Download and Install this app on your Rooted Android Phone.
Step 2: Now open the app and click on Temp.un-root (Temp.un Root temporarily unroots your device).
Step 3: Now again click on Delete so backup (Note: Clicking on “Delete so Backup” will permanently unroot your device.)
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.
That’s it. With the help of these two apps, you can unroot your Android phone or Tablet without any difficulty. Do try any of the apps and let us know which one worked on your device. If you have any doubt, you can find the most detailed tutorials on this app on developers official website or forum.