Android is a mobile operating system that based on Linux and the root user is an Administrator user, which has all permissions to access to the entire Android operating system (OS). Like other mobile OS, Android limits the app working in the sandbox, to protect your Android device from threats as well as exploitation.
On a regular Android device, you do not have root access, but the root user always exists in the system. You can not access to the root user with any built-in feature, so “rooting” is an only way to access and use the root user account.
How to Unroot A Rooted Android Device?
Download SuperSU app from Google Play, this app will let you control which app will have access to root user as it will ask you and give you an option to grant the access or deny it. This is a simple way to control the app permissions and deny unwanted access.
SuperSU app from Google Play
The SuperSU app will help you to control the app permissions and accesses. However, it also has a great feature, allow you to do full unroot a rooted device.
Here is a step to unroot mobile using SuperSu app
- Download SuperSu app from the above link and Install in your mobile
- Open SuperSu app
- Go to Settings
- select Full Unroot option
- and your Android device is definitely fully restored.