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[Q] Can i Unroot my LG G2 with SuperSU?

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I'd like to know same as masteril, if someone know if there is still rooted in download mode.
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No, but I am quite sure it will still show as rooted in download mode

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And there is no way to delete it from there? program or something? and its importent to remove it from there? if i will dont do this, what can happen?
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What is the best way to unroot?
by SuperSU or this:
http://lionking853.blogspot.co.il/20...77809183958681

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someone???
 
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Please i need help !
Its ok to do Unroot from SuperSU or i need to do this:
http://lionking853.blogspot.co.il/20...lg-g2-all.html
 
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Yes, stock rom and recovery.
Sorry this post is old but do you remember how you removed recovery? I removed root but still have twrp installed.
 
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Sorry this post is old but do you remember how you removed recovery? I removed root but still have twrp installed.
I'm not sure what you are trying to achieve? I was referring to having a stock rom and recovery installed before rooting the device to perform some tweeks then unrooting it again. The reason that I unrooted again was so that I could use skygo which requires an un-rooted device. I have moved onto the G3 now but, as far as I can remember, the only way to return to a stock recovery is to return your device to completely stock by flashing a kdz. If you tell me exactly what you are trying to achieve I may be able to be of more help.
 
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I'm not sure what you are trying to achieve? I was referring to having a stock rom and recovery installed before rooting the device to perform some tweeks then unrooting it again. The reason that I unrooted again was so that I could use skygo which requires an un-rooted device. I have moved onto the G3 now but, as far as I can remember, the only way to return to a stock recovery is to return your device to completely stock by flashing a kdz. If you tell me exactly what you are trying to achieve I may be able to be of more help.

You answered my question I was trying to flash stock recover.img because I unrooted it via supersu but it kept twrp obviously. So I'll just flash the whole thing.

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