Using this post you will learn how to properly unroot Galaxy S10/S10+ and S10e safely and easily using two methods. Samsung Galaxy S10 and its brothers come with many features and customization options, However, if you are an Android lover then there are chances that you already have a Rooted Samsung Galaxy S10 device.
It is worth mentioning that rooting comes with a ton of possibilities and benefits. Even jailbreak on iOS devices cannot do things that rooting on Android can do. Once you root your Samsung Galaxy S10 it is true you are very enthusiast to explore all benefits. However, knowing how to manage root is a must if you don’t want to face with different kind of issues in the future.
If you have recently rooted your S10 device and since then dealing with unexpected issues, like the Wi-Fi Issues, Overheating Issues and so on, you should find a way to resolve these “bugs”. Furthermore, you should Unroot Galaxy S10/S10+ and S10e in order to restore the warranty of your smartphone. By unrooting your device you can relock the system and reinstall the factory and default restrictions and apps.
It should be clear for you that you can Unroot your Samsung Galaxy S10 and its brothers using two methods. Thankfully, the unrooting process is easier to be completed than rooting a device because as mentioned you have two choices. The first method will be using the SuperSu app which is installed on your Samsung Galaxy S10. It means that you can easily unroot Galaxy S10 without a computer and this is all thanks to a magic app. While the 2nd method it takes a bit of time to complete as you need to flash the stock firmware on Samsung Galaxy S10.
How to UnRoot Galaxy S10/S10+ & S10e
If you need to restore the warranty and revoke the root access, all you need to do is to follow and complete the unroot method that is being explained during the proper steps from below. In this way, you can restore your Samsung Galaxy S10 device to its default version.
#1) Unroot Samsung Galaxy S10 using SuperSu without Computer.
- First of all, download the SuperSu app and install it on your device. If in case you already have installed the mentioned app on your device feel free to skip this step.
- Launch the SuperSu app and head over to Settings.
- Swipe down a bit and there should be an option named Full Unroot. Tap on that option and follow on-screen instructions, of course, is there is any.
- Reboot your Samsung Galaxy S10 as you usually do.
#2) Unroot Samsung Galaxy S10 using Stock Firmware
Before we proceed with the steps from below this method requires some requirements if you do not want to end with a bricked Samsung Galaxy S10 device or lose any important data from the device.
- The stock firmware file from below can be flashed only on the Samsung Galaxy S10 devices. Be careful and download the correct firmware for your Samsung Galaxy S10 device. Do not attempt to flash any of the firmware from below with any other Samsung or Android device.
- It is recommended to perform a full back up of your device. By doing so all of your important data including here calls, text messages, photos, videos, and other things will be in safe hands. The easiest way to back up your data is by uploading them in back up cloud services or using an SD Card.
- Make sure you have enough power juice on your Samsung Galaxy S10. Have a look at the notification panel of your smartphone and if it shows less than 15% power left, plug it in the charger for a while.
- You must have installed Samsung Galaxy S10 Samsung KIES as well. For those who do not have any idea what I am talking about then Samsung Kies as known as USB Drivers.
- Flashing the stock firmware on your Samsung Galaxy S10 requires a PC and along with that a connection between your phone and PC is requires. Thus, make sure you have enabled Developer Options on your Samsung Galaxy S10. Furthermore, inside the Developer Options menu, there should be enabled USB Debugging and OEM Unlock options.
- Read the whole article and do not skip any steps.
Steps to Unroot Samsung Galaxy S10 via Stock Firmware
- First of all, download the latest version of the Odin software. Once, the software has been downloaded, unzip it and install it on your Personal Computer.
- Launch the Odin software as Administrator.
- Now, make a connection between your PC and Samsung Galaxy S10 with the help of a USB Cable.
- Once you are ready, boot your Samsung Galaxy S10 into the download mode. Start by shutting down your device and then press and hold the Power, Volume Down and Home buttons at the same time.
- When you are into the download mode, you should notice on your PC that on the Odin program the ID:COM field will be turned yellow or blue and the “added” message will be displayed.
- From ODIN now simply tap on the AP option and load the appropriate file which is the stock firmware.
- When done, simply click on the Start option and the flashing process should start immediately. The installation of stock firmware on Samsung Galaxy S10 it takes a few minutes so do not worry if you think that something is wrong with my device even if it takes more minutes than used to.
- In the end, if everything is okay and stock firmware has been installed on your smartphone you will notice the “pass” message and the ID:COM field which will be turned green.
- Disconnect Samsung Galaxy S10 from your PC and simply reboot your smartphone.
If you are curious to know if you really have unrooted your Samsung Galaxy S10 then you have an option to do that. Simply, go ahead and install Root Checker app from Google Play Store.
Good; so you managed to unroot Galaxy S10/S10 Plus and S10e. Also, you reinstalled the stock recovery image and relocked the bootloader which means that your phone was restored back to stock or to initiate state. Use the comments area from below for sharing your thoughts and experience with us and stay close for further step by step guides.