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How to unroot and remove all traces of a root

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27th March 2014, 06:57 AM   |  #1  
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My device is a samsung galaxy tab 3 8.0 and I need to get rid of any and all signs of a root if that means I need to flash the official stock rom where can I get it for MY model. If there is A FLASH COUNTER OR BOOTLOADER THAT NEEDS TO BE RESET than how do I do that. I NEED EVERY LITTLE TRACE OF A ROOT GONE. I AM NEW TO ANDROID SO ACT LIKE I DONT KNOW ANY THING PLEASE. I NEED TO KEEP MY WARRANTY!

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27th March 2014, 04:22 PM   |  #2  
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My device is a samsung galaxy tab 3 8.0 and I need to get rid of any and all signs of a root if that means I need to flash the official stock rom where can I get it for MY model. If there is A FLASH COUNTER OR BOOTLOADER THAT NEEDS TO BE RESET than how do I do that. I NEED EVERY LITTLE TRACE OF A ROOT GONE. I AM NEW TO ANDROID SO ACT LIKE I DONT KNOW ANY THING PLEASE. I NEED TO KEEP MY WARRANTY!

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28th March 2014, 12:57 AM   |  #3  
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Does that include bootloader and flash counter?

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Does that include bootloader and flash counter?

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I'm pretty sure it does.
29th March 2014, 03:51 AM   |  #5  
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So there will be no trace and it will say my device is official in settings

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So there will be no trace and it will say my device is official in settings

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From what I read yes. But there are certain internal alterations that techs can see if they looked deep enough. That guide should set you straight if you're simply attempting a warranty exchange. (Depending on where you purchased device)
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Thanks I also asked square trade and rooting does not void a warranty

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