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Anyone know how to unroot android 4.4.2?
 
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Anyone know how to unroot android 4.4.2?
What did you use to root it.
Phone: HTC One- Rogers unlocked
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What did you use to root it.
I used a guide on youtube
 
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I used a guide on youtube
Then I would ask the creator of the guide how to reverse it. IF it can be reversed.
 
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Anyone know how to unroot android 4.4.2?
If it's SuperSU you go to SuperSu in the app tray then settings scroll to the bottom choose Full Unroot
reboot you should be unrooted
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I've tried all it does it restart with SuperSu still installed

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Anyone know how to unroot android 4.4.2?
Are you on the stock rom? Do you have TWRP recovery installed? If so reboot into recovery, mount system, the use the built-in file manager to delete /system/xbin/su, /system/xbin/daemonsu and /system/app/Superuser.apk, then reboot.
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Are you on the stock rom? Do you have TWRP recovery installed? If so reboot into recovery, mount system, the use the built-in file manager to delete /system/xbin/su, /system/xbin/daemonsu and /system/app/Superuser.apk, then reboot.
I don't know if I have stock rom or not. Also I have CWM installed.

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