If you use this guide – How to root Redmi 2 natively? to root your Xiaomi Redmi 2, then you can follow this method to unroot. Else you need to install a clean fastboot ROM to do so. Anyway, just choose the method that you prefer to bring your Redmi 2 back to original stage again. Native unroot process is the same as rooting. But you need to use the unroot update file instead of rooting file. That’s it. Basically, it is okay to have root access on your Android device unless your applications (like banking app) do not work on environment with root access. Then you have no choice but need to unroot. Else just leave root access there.
How to unroot Redmi 1S?
We can root Redmi 1S fairly easy. How about unroot Redmi 1S? Basically, the procedure is the same. Just you will need another update file which will disable root access natively. It will bring your Redmi 1S back to original stage again. Root permission tab will be grey out again in Security application.
How to temp unroot Galaxy S4?
Need to temporary unroot Samsung Galaxy S4 in order to run certain Android applications or games? Yes, there are apps that do not let you run them if your device is rooted. Therefore, you need to temp unroot Galaxy S4 to run them. Luckily, it is not hard to do so. No need to use Voodoo OTA RootKeeper anymore because you can do so in SuperSU and Superuser themselves.
How to unroot Samsung Galaxy Note 2?
How to unroot Samsung Galaxy Note II? Lot of people confuses about rooting and install custom ROM. To me, rooting and custom ROM are 2 different things. Rooting only grant you root access while installs custom ROM is not called rooting. It change your current firmware with something else totally. Just take unroot Samsung Galaxy Note 2 as example. It is a task to remove root access from Galaxy Note 2. And not restore to stock firmware. So don’t be confused by these two…
How to temp unroot Samsung Galaxy S3?
How to temp unroot Samsung Galaxy S III? That’s a question that I don’t even think of until a reader said that he can’t access Readers Hub on rooted Samsung Galaxy S3. Hmm… If you use any Android applications that disallow you to run on rooted Android devices, you can try out this method…