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You should simply just be able to uninstall SuperSU as you would any app via your apps viewer. If I were you I would avoid using KingoRoot, I have heard some poor rumors about it. Try Re-rooting the device using something like towelroot, afterwords you would then install SuperSU from the appstore, allowing you to give apps superuser permission.


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I would recommend doing a nandroid backup before messing around with it too much. If you have a custom recovery installed, such as TWRP, you could download the stock ROM of your specific model (or really, any rom you wanted), and flash it via custom recovery. I highly suggest backing up prior. Once you do this everything should go back to how it would be if ...


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Just reinstalling factory ROM will remove root access. I am assuming he has a custom recovery image installed? Also, how exactly is it showing that its rooted? Is a superuser app installed? Stock ROM?


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Save /SDcard stuff (Photo/Video/otherstuff) Open Kies - Do "firmware upgrade/wipe) clears SU Careful with samsung ; they dont like to be rooted. in fact the worst brand to IMO


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for Root your Device, i think after using KingoRoot, you need Install Latest version of SuperSuthen, Root access is Successfully work. and, for Delete ; Use Full Wipe, or Install new rom.


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I'll just quote Elluel on XDA: Don't bother messing with reverting everything just to update, it is extremely unlikely to work since as of Lollipop Google has changed the OTA method to check the sum of the entire partition rather than only what it cares about. Download the 5.1 factory images, and flash system.img, boot.img, cache.img, ...


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Loaded the correct stock recovery unzip by WinRAR from one of the previous OTA updates with matching cidnum, re-locked it, then the new OTA installed fine.


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Putting in the SIM will not hurt your phone at all. Even if you don't have the unlock code, your phone will be fine. The unlock code just allows the phone to be able to read the SIM of the other carrier. You do not need to unroot, nor do you need to do anything beyond entering the unlock code. T-Mobile is a great carrier when it comes to giving customers ...



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