Rooting should be one of the top things on your mind when you just purchase an Android phone as it can give you full control over your phone and it’s now easier than before.
But sometimes things might come up, maybe your smartphone is processing is slow due to some uncleared bugs or your smartphone requires an update which you need to unroot it temporarily as you get can get bricked if you update it while rooting is still on.
You might be wondering how to unroot an already rooted Android smartphone but do you know you can do that in a single click.
You might also wish not to unroot your phone completely as you need to protect the root and unroot it temporarily for OS updates, all this are done on a single click.
Follow the below steps to gain full unroot of your Android smartphone or unroot temporarily for OS updates without a PC
- Download Super Su from google play store and install
- Launch the application and click settings then click Full Unroot
Reboot your phone and find your Android phone completely unrooted
Unrooting Your Android Temporarily For OS Updates
If your smartphone requires a must update and you need to backup your root follow the below procedure
- Download Voodoo root keeper and install
- Launch the app and select Protect Root
- Then select Temp Unroot(keeps backup)
- Now update your Android update safely
When completed open the voodoo root keeper and restore your superuser safely.