Rooted devices have many extra facilities, but it’s not easy to sell the device once you have rooted it because potential buyers of the second hand devices don’t want to buy a rooted device at all beca use even if the device is in the warranty period, you won’t get the replacement. That’s why it’s important to unroot the device before placing the ad for selling the same. Now the question comes, how to unroot an Android device especially when you are willing to sell the device.
Precheck- Whether your device is compatible or not
To answer this frequently asked question, we want to start with the first step of unrooting a device- know whether your device can be unrooted or not.
We will use an app to restore all the previous functionalities as it came wrapped for the first time. The name of the app is “SuperSU Unrooting.” To be compatible with this process your device must run on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean or higher. Otherwise, it won’t support the entire process of unrooting.
Now that you have known the minimum requirement of unrooting a device let’s start describing step by step guide to do the same.
How to unroot an Android device without PC
First of all let me tell you some points before we start the unroot process.
Unrooting neither guarantees to get the warranty back nor approves that you will get all the proper functionalities of the preloaded apps.
You must have the most updated unroot app in order to unroot the device otherwise some problems may come in between.
Now that you have aware about the whole thing let’s initiate with the step one.
Step 1: Go to the the “SuperSU” app from the Google Play Store. Once the automated search is completed you will find the app there. Mind it that it’s free of cost and you won’t have to pay a single penny for it.
Step 2: Install the app with a single tap. Once it’s installed, go to the app drawer of your device and find out the app.
Step 3: Tap on the app and start unrooting. Then it will ask for granting root access. You will notice some more tabs with few more specific settings. Tapping on those options you will see the full option list of “rooting.”
Step 4: There is an option named “full unroot”. Tap on that and you have granted permission for unrooting the device fully.
Wait a while and let the system complete the procedures. You may have to wait longer if you have the SD card in your device. Don’t worry every data will be intact.
Step 5: Once the process is completed, the SuperSU will close automatically and you will be asked to reboot the device. Just follow the order and reboot the device.
On starting you will see the new interface with all the preloaded apps back on the screen.
You are done! Try it, it’s really easy and always inform us if you are facing any issue.