Well, one, I don't understand how anyone can find out whether a device connected to a network is rooted or not. Two, search the forums for the download mode cosmetic 'rooted' status fix. It's as simple as copying two files. Then you can hide SuperSu from your launcher and that's it.
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Edit: Well.. for some reason my browser said that your post was the latest post in this thread. After replying to you and refreshing the page, turns out this question was from a while ago.
Questions like this shouldn't really be asked in the actual CloudyG2 thread since it's not a CloudyG2 specific question.
Maybe just create a new thread in the Q&A section next time. There's also the Ask Any Question thread
So from what I gather you're wanting to install a Custom ROM and for some reason.. lose root access?
Before you follow my steps below, consider keeping root as running a Custom ROM will definitely benefit from having Root Access, even if you don't use it! In some cases losing root will make some features redundant. Is this removing root a paranoia thing, or warranty related?
Just to let you know, even after you have unrooted your device, it will still show ROOTED in Download Mode. If you're still worried about this (for some reason), then read this thread.
1. Open SuperSU
2. Click on the Settings tab on the top right corner, and then click Full Unroot.
3. Choose "Continue" and wait for the unrooting operation to complete.
4. Reboot your device.
5. Uninstall SuperSU.
6. Confirm having no root access by using an app like Root Checker.
Here's what I did:
1) Copied the rct & rct.cg files under /persist directory (this tip is shared by the user robogo1982) . T
2) Did full unroot in the supersu app settings, to ensure I am completely unrooted.
Thanks a lot.