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Yes, but unrooting will require more than a simple factory reset. The process will depend on your phone model. Search your model and 'unroot' for instructions. Be sure the instructions are for your specific model and are from a trustworthy source, such as XDA. But if you were able to root your device, I assume you already know that.
At last, I've rooted my phone using the way on http://apk.tw/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=622501&extra=page%3D5
If it's rooted, leave it be. It's very unlikely for the S4 to receive many (if any) more Android OS updates officially since it's now a couple of generations old. I use a rooted S4 myself, and love the fact that I can remove bloatware at will and make backups of everything. With that being said, some more info from your device might help us direct you to ...
As Moto g received the Lollipop update recently, other roms should adopt the changes. If you want a working phone you can flash the stock firmware or you can sideload a custom rom but this requires a computer and fastboot files installed. I encountered this problem and solved this as follows: If you have installed fastboot files on computer and a custom ...
It is not built into Android, but is built into the bootloader. Not all Android devices have it. As said by @GiantTree, the easiest way is to boot into the bootloader and checking the screen output. Asus devices in general, don't have any such counter. Samsung uses a flash counter or the Knox counter, which is triggered when any changes are made to the ...
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