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I rooted my s4 a while ago and wanted it back to stock got a stock firmware now when I go into the security settings on my s4 and click on trusted credentials it brings up a list with a ton of stuff I've never heard of. Talked to verizon Tech and they say that my phone is still rooted any one know how to get rid of all those things because my phone is also acting strange and I think that is part of the reason any help would be great. Thanx ZSchoone
 
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I rooted my s4 a while ago and wanted it back to stock got a stock firmware now when I go into the security settings on my s4 and click on trusted credentials it brings up a list with a ton of stuff I've never heard of. Talked to verizon Tech and they say that my phone is still rooted any one know how to get rid of all those things because my phone is also acting strange and I think that is part of the reason any help would be great. Thanx ZSchoone
Use odin to completely remove root and go back to out-of-the-box stock. Just make sure to use the correct firmware to avoid setting the knox warranty flag. Search google or xda for the odin tar you require.
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