Un-rooting and re-rooting my Android device

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Sep 17, 2015 6:38:30 AM via Website


I'm currently using an Android media player, adapted into a kind of 'tablet PC'. Just recently I sent a support request to WhatsApp Support, which responded telling me to first remove root access to my device. Otherwise, they will not be able to help troubleshoot the WhatsApp issues on my device. I was not the one who first set up this media player so I don't know if the person who first set it up enabled root access from the onset.

i) How do I unroot my device?

ii) After unrooting my device, will I be able to restore root access?

Thank you very much in advance.

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Sep 17, 2015 12:28:23 PM via Website

Hello sir,
to unroot your android device do the following steps
1. go to superSu app in your phone and open it (or dail this code in your phone *#1234#)
2.in SuperSu app you will se three options at the top I APPS I LOGS I SETTINGS I
3.go to setting option and scroll down you will see full unroot option 5th last
4.click on at and wait till it unroot your phone

By this method any phone can be unrooted

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Sep 30, 2015 5:37:03 AM via Website

Hello Junaid,

thank you for your reply. Sorry for my late reply as I had no internet access in the past week.

In general, is unrooting my device a safe practice? Are there any risks I should know about if I use SuperSU to unroot my device?

More importantly, how will I be able to restore root access to my device?

Any advice given here will be very much appreciated.



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Sep 30, 2015 6:33:50 AM via Website

Good stuff

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Oct 1, 2015 7:57:04 PM via Website

Sir it is safe to unroot your device with SuperSu
And you can still able to root it again when u need

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Oct 3, 2015 6:19:27 AM via Website

OK, thank you for your help. :)