How To Root Android And Unroot Your Android

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All smartphone users love to use their Android devices with full flexibility and accessibility. But, unfortunately, All the stock Android smartphones come with stock software restrictions and sometimes network carriers add restrictions to the device operating system making it more non-flexible and inaccessible. All Android smartphones users have specific dreams to achieve through their smartphones but stock software restrictions interrupt them. In my point of view, I would like to remove rediculous Samsung and Google apps form my device and make it more spacious. Likewise, all Android users have a specific intention to achieve. But, device manufacturer and network carriers always jump in to the way and destroy their expectations. That is why Android lovers also love Android rooting.

How To Root Android

Universally, there are two techniques to root an Android device as One-click rooting method and custom recovery method. One-click rooting method is gradually fading from the rooting lovers due to instability and reliability. But, still, there are a few reputed one-click rooting tools that are beign used including Kingoroot. However, rooting your device is at your own risk and always be careful to follow proper guidance. The other method is the recovery method and currently, Magisk is the best example of the recovery method.

What Happen When Rooting

When you root your Android device, the official system administrative privilages which belong to your device manufacturer are transferred to you and you are allowed to do whatever on your device manufacturer could do. That is why rooting is more demanded and practised than any other Andriod related tasks. Technically, Su binary file and relavant Superuser.APK are installed at the end of the rooting process and allow the Android user to access the Android system files.

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How To Unroot Android And Why Android Unrooting

Android user who tries to root his device must have proper knowledge about Android unrooting as same as rooting. Because, occasionally, you have to unroot your device due to various reasons. Especially,   you must have the genuine Android operating system to receive OTA updates. There are three ways to unroot your device as,
  • Manual Unroot -  Uninstall the Su binary file and Superuser APK using a root file explorer

  • SuperSU Unroot - If you have SuperSU as your root access management application on your device, you can use "Full Unroot" option which is available in the "Settings" menu and unroot your device unless you have installed a custom recovery image

  • Besides these methods, you can unroot your device flashing the stock Android firmware using the relavant flashing utility for your device.

Final Word

Both rooting and unrooting functions are dangerous but beneficial if you want to have more Android capabilities than your manufacturer offers you. Always, follow a standard and complete guide from a reliable source, Especially, if this is the first time you are going to try Android rooting.


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