Although root already be achieved easily, but sometimes there are some things that force us to unroot LG G Stylo, for example, when we want to take an official OTA update from LG or maybe want to sell it to someone else. Or maybe you’ve change your mind because worried about rooted systems that could make your phone insecure and compromise your privacy, although in reality it rarely happens.
Unrooting LG G Stylo can be done by removing all files that have been injected into the phone system when we use the one-click tool. The files include the superuser binaries and the SuperSU app itself, after these files taken out, root access will be gone.
But if you already installed a custom recovery (TWRP), this procedure will not get rid of it, you need to replace it with the stock LG recovery manually.
You need to remember, unrooting also make you unable to restore the backup that you created earlier by Titanium app or any other apps. So, to avoid difficulties in the future, it is better to restore backups you’ve made before getting rid of the root.
Here is the common guide on how to unroot the LG G Stylo, which utilizes SuperSU as its superuser management app.
- Open SuperSU app by Chainfire.
- Choose the Settings tab.
- Scroll down until you find the Full unroot option.
- Tap it and you’ll get a warning message which said that that it will clean up all root related files from the system.
- Once successful, you might need to reboot the phone.