Once you tap the Full unroot button, tap Continue, and the unrooting process will begin.
After a reboot, your phone should be clean of the root.
If you didn’t use SuperSU to root your device, there’s still hope.
You can install an app called Universal Unroot to remove root from some devices.
Is it possible to update Android version?
Normally, you will get notifications from OTA (over-the-air) when the Android Pie update is available for you. Connect your Android phone to the Wi-Fi Network. Go to Settings > About device, then tap System Updates > Check for Updates > Update to download and install the latest Android version.
Will I get OTA updates if rooted?
One of the issues with rooting your device is the inability to update your phone via OTA. Any security patches or software updates pushed out by the OEM are lost because your bootloader is unlocked. However, you still can update your device, it just a take a bit more effort. This is why you don’t want to ignore OTA.
Can a rooted phone be unrooted?
Any Phone that has only been rooted: If all you’ve done is root your phone, and stuck with your phone’s default version of Android, unrooting should (hopefully) be easy. You can unroot your phone using an option in the SuperSU app, which will remove root and replace Android’s stock recovery.
How do I upgrade my Android operating system?
How do I update my Android ™?
- Make sure your device is connected to Wi-Fi.
- Open Settings.
- Select About Phone.
- Tap Check for Updates. If an update is available, an Update button will appear. Tap it.
- Install. Depending on the OS, you’ll see Install Now, Reboot and install, or Install System Software. Tap it.