For a while now, I’ve been seeing numbers of people trying to restore their phones back to the factory state just to return to the manufacturers. Their usual problem is that they’ve rooted the phones before.
Most users succeeded in uninstalling the app they used to root the device but they still have remnants of the super user app. If you used apps like Frama Root, you may encounter something like this.
The usual problem is that the users cant remove the file superuser.apk from their system directory. Even if you try re-rooting again, it won’t work. The only way to remove this apk file is with Root Access. There are actually 3 files responsible for this.
But how do you get Root Access again when you can’t even reroot your phone like you did the last time?
How To Remove/Uninstall Superuser APK
Well to regain Root Access, the efficient way i’ve been using without flaws is through SuperSU app.
- Go to the Play store and install SuperSU.
- Launch Super SU
- In the settings tab, scroll down and click Full Unroot.
If you’ve done that above, you’ll have a fully unrooted device.