How to Unroot Android Phones and Get Back to Stability

Sometimes root privilege damages Android phones, which causes too much crash and stuck-type conditions in Android while processing anything like running apps. And to solve this type of problem, the user should Unroot the Android phone to get back the Stability. But the problem is, there is no such extreme support from Root providers to Unroot Android phones. Still, some software knows the downside of Rooting Android phones. And that’s why they have instilled such a feature that allow Android users to Unroot Android phone. But still, it’s hazardous, and you need to carefully follow my steps from this article to get the process to happen right.

So, basically, in this article, I will show you how you can Unroot an Android phone that is rooted and get back to its normal state. Let’s start this article and let me very clearly explain everything.

What is Unrooting an Android mean?

Unrooting is a process in which an Android phone reverses back to the normal state from advanced. Meaning, the process of making Android phone non-rooted from rooted is called unrooting. Many times, Android users want to unroot their Android because they found it irrelevant for their work. Or it may be causing a problem in their Android. So, in this type of case, if a user uninstalls root authority from their Android device, that process of uninstalling is called Unrooting.

Got it? Assuming you what unrooting a phone means. Now, let me explain the benefits of unrooting an Android or what things you can achieve after Unrooting your Android phone.

Benefits of Unrooting Android Phone

When you unroot your Android phone, you will experience some amazing performance improvement in overall your Android. Like system performance, battery performance, and browsing performance. It happens because when we unroot an Android phone, a heavy authority holder gets uninstalled; that is Root. Once it completely gets removed, tons of processes and RAM release add up on the default Android resource. So, that’s what improvement happens in Android phones once you Unroot Android.

Also, some restriction appears due to root privilege, like some popular online transaction apps not work; Android can’t receive the official updates and more. But once you Unroot Android phone, all the restrictions will get removed, and you can do anything on your Android that an Android phone is capable of. And most importantly, you can get back your warranty after completely unrooting your Android.

So, now you know the benefits of unrooting Android phones. Let me show you how you can unroot the Android phone.

How to Unroot Android Phone

There are many ways available right now to Unroot Android phones. And so, I will try to show you as many ways as to Unroot Android phone. There are many rooting apps and software available on the Internet, and all of them have different official ways to uninstall Root. So, let me show you step by step every Rooting apps to unroot Android.

Unroot Android if you have Rooted your Android with KingRoot

Here are the steps to Unroot Android if it’s rooted using KingRoot:

  1. First, make sure the KingRoot app is updated. You can check updates from its settings option.
  2. Start the KingRoot App on your Android. It usually gets installed when the Rooting process gets successful using the Software.
  3. Click on the gear icon from the right top corner. Once you open the KingRoot app on your Android, you will see a setting or gear icon in the app.
  4. Go to general settings and tap on uninstall KingRoot App. Chances it will show you a notification that confirming the uninstallation.
  5. Press the OK button to confirm the uninstallation. Once you press the OK button, your Android device will automatically be restarted and get unrooted after complete bootup.
  6. Done.

Follow the above simple process to Unroot your Android device if you have rooted your Android phone with the KingRoot app. Don’t worry about the automatic restart of Android. It’s a part of Root uninstallation. Now, let me show you how to unroot an Android phone if you have rooted with SuperSu.

How to Unroot Android Phone if you have rooted Android with SuperSu

Here is the step by step process to uninstall SuperSu from an Android phone:

  1. First, open the SuperSu on your Android phone, which gets installed after rooting. Or, if you just uninstalled it for whatever reason, install it from Google Play Store.
  2. Click on the settings from the right top corner. Once you start the SuperSu, you will find a settings option on the right side in the SuperSu app.
  3. Select the Full Unroot option. In the settings of SuperSu, you will find an option called Full Unroot; tap on it.
  4. Press continue to confirm it. Once you tap on Full Unroot, you will get a confirmation action button with the name “continue.”
  5. Wait for a minute to complete the Unrooting process. The SuperSu app will notify you once the unrooting process completes.
  6. When unrooting complete, restart the Android device to finish the Unrooting with SuperSu.
  7. Done. Now, your Android device is unrooted successfully.

So, that’s how you can unroot your Android phone if you have rooted with SuperSu. Let me show you another way to unroot Android quickly.

How to Unroot Android with Magisk Manager App

Many of you may be don’t know that Magisk Manager is a rooting tool that allows rooting Android without PC support. And it’s because Magisk Manager is not that popular. But if you rooted your Android with this app, then follow the below steps to unroot your Android:

  1. Launch the Magisk Manager App on your Android.
  2. Once launched, Scroll down to the bottom, and you will find options; Install and Uninstall.
  3. Just tap on Uninstall button.
  4. Once you tap on Uninstall, a new pop-up will show up.
  5. From that, click on the Complete Uninstall button and wait for some seconds to let it uninstall.
  6. Done.

Follow the above normal steps to uninstall Root privilege from your Android if you are rooted with Magisk Manager.

How to Unroot Android Using Universal unroot Android App

Another unrooting Android app that most of you don’t know about. It’s a universal unroot app. Using this, you can unroot your Android, and it doesn’t matter which software you have used back then for rooting your Android like KingRoot, KingoRoot, Framaroot, SuperSu. Its universal unrooting app means you can uninstall any rooting app from Android. Here are the steps to Unroot Android with Universal unroot app:

  1. First, download and install the Universal unroot app on your Android.
  2. Open it up after installing.
  3. Press on the Unroot button. Once you press on the unroot button, your phone will automatically reboot, and you will see that your Android is unrooted when complete bootup.
  4. Done.

It’s a super simple process, and you can apply this method to unroot any Android phone except Samsung Android phones. In Samsung Android phones, there is a restriction due to KNOX. You can check the availability of KNOX on your Samsung phone from about phone in settings.


Unrooting becomes very important sometimes, usually when a phone can’t handle the processes going on. Once Android gets rooted, there’s a root authority that can grant advanced applications for doing the advanced task on Android phones. Fortunately, there is support from Rooting apps that also provide a way to Unroot Android. But not all the rooting apps provide the unroot option, and in those situations, the Universal unroot app comes into play.

If you literally lost the hope of unrooting your Android because you have rooted your Android with a terrible application. Then it would help if you tried unrooting your Android with the Universal unroot app, which is available on Google Play Store.

Otherwise, use the official method of rooting apps to unroot Android phones. Like if you have rooted your Android with SuperSu, then follow its unrooting process from above; if you rooted with KingRoot, then follow the unrooting process from above; if you have Magisk Manager on your Android phone, then follow its official process to unroot. And if all the methods listed above don’t work for you, then download the Firmware of your Android phone model and then flash it using your Laptop or PC. That’s the only method left if any method from above doesn’t work for you.

Hopefully, you got some cool ways to Unroot Android phone. If so, I appreciate it if you share this article with your friends and family, and I’ll see you in the next similar one.

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