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Wednesday, February 1, 2012

How to Unroot Samsung Galaxy Ace GT-S5830 Running Gingerbread Firmware On It?

Rooting is the process of gaining superuser permissions by using a exploit to throw the system open for the user to modify it according to his/her preference. Similarly, unrooting is the reverse processing of rooting. By unrooting your device, you block the holes and remove the exploits so that your system is secure again and can't be modified by normal users or any other root apps. So, in this article, I am going to guide you through the simple steps of unrooting your Samsung Galaxy Ace GT-S5830 smartphone which has any gingebread firmware installed on it. This method of rooting, by ingbrzy, is very simple and with unroot your device within seconds.

Now, with this method of unrooting, there's no need to flash complete firmware using Odin, or do and restore backups, nor you need to take the hassle of configuring the device again and again; it's easy and simple. Just flash a small zip file by following the instructions from below and you are done with unrooting your device.
Disclaimer : Do It At Your Own Risk!

1. Download the file, unroot-ace.zip from Roms and Utilities page.

2. Copy this file you downloaded to (the root directory of) your sd-card.

3. Reboot your device in recovery mode (Press Home + Power button while the phone is turned off).

4. Select Update zip from sdcard option and select the file (named: unroot-ace.zip).

5. Wait till the zip is installed and then reboot your device.

That's all. Wasn't is simple? You should now notice that your superuser app is removed and all traces of rooting are removed. You can also now claim your warranty in case your device happen to malfunction for some obvious reasons. So, now since unrooting is very easy, don't hesitate to root your galaxy ace if you want to see what it means to have root access; you can easily unroot your Samsung Galaxy Ace GT-S5830 later on when you want to.

2 comments:

  1. is this method same for unrooting gts5570 running gb 3.2.5

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  2. No, there is another article about unrooting gt-s5570. Find it and go through it. The procedure is almost similar but the unrooting file is different.

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