How to: AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon LG G2 unroot by using SuperSU

The root has been achieved on LG G2 smartphone not long after its release date, the method to get root is easy as the dev has made a root rooting script that makes the process easier and can also work for all variants of G2 (Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile or AT&T). That’s why you will find many users who has their LG G2 rooted. If some day you realize that you no longer require root access or you may feel that your smartphone work better when still running unrooted stock firmware, then unroot LG G2 could be the alternative.

 

If gain root by utilizing ioroot exploit tool by thecubed, then unroot process will be easier, since the ioroot use SuperSU as root management app. The SuperSU by chainfire is the most complete and most popular root management app on the market today, it is in use by a lot of developers mainly because it provides extensive features when compared with other app, one of which is a feature Full Unroot .

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Full unroot feature will erase all the files needed to gain root privileges Superti su binaries and also automatically uninstall the SuperSU app and make our LG G2 Unrooted. Below is the common procedure to take advantage of this feature:

  1. Make sure you have run the latest version of SuperSU, you should take a look at the Play Store and check if there are new updates available.
  2. Open the SuperSU app, navigate to the Settings section, scroll down until you find Full Unroot options.
  3. Once found it now tap on it, a confirmation window will appear, just tap Continue.
  4. The root cleaning process will take some time, if the cleaning goes well the app will close by itself, and our smartphones will reboot automatically.

Once fully booted up any root files will be gone and our LG G2 now unrooted, every root app will not be working again. This method will only remove SuperSU app and su binaries, so in case you have installed a custom recovery/kernel or even a custom ROM, then to restore our LG G2 to stock we need to flash our device with factory shipped ROM (*tot) using LG Flash Tool.

 

 

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  1. Mark
    February 2, 2014 at 8:15 PMReply

    Thank you very much for this information. I decided to unroot my LG G2 for security reasons, and I couldn’t figure out how to do that. Thank you for this advice.

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