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[Q] How to unroot while not returning to stock

2nd June 2014, 10:20 PM |#1  
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I am trying to get Good for Enterprise to work for my emails. But it always detects the root.
I have the T Mobile HTC One with Google Play everything.
Is it possible to just unroot?
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I am trying to get Good for Enterprise to work for my emails. But it always detects the root.
I have the T Mobile HTC One with Google Play everything.
Is it possible to just unroot?
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Anyone?
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find the RUU for your phone and return it to stock
4th June 2014, 09:23 PM |#4  
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I am trying to get Good for Enterprise to work for my emails. But it always detects the root.
I have the T Mobile HTC One with Google Play everything.
Is it possible to just unroot?
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Yes, you can unroot by deleting the Superuser.apk and busybox.apk (If installed) from the /system/app folder and also the su binary from /system/xbin on your phone.
4th June 2014, 10:06 PM |#5  
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I am trying to get Good for Enterprise to work for my emails. But it always detects the root.
I have the T Mobile HTC One with Google Play everything.
Is it possible to just unroot?
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If you have SuperSu by Chainfire you can go into settings and perform a full unroot..

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If you have SuperSu by Chainfire you can go into settings and perform a full unroot..

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How do I do that?
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Do you have SuperSu or SuperUser?
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