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I am on a Samsung Galaxy S4. I bought it used, and it came with Team Win Recovery Project installed.

My simple question is - how can I remove TWRP, and restore the stock ROM?

I am not experienced with rooting or messing around with the back end of Android, so please keep that in mind when responding.

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  • Do you find any backups in the phone which are backed up using TWRP ? Commented Nov 6, 2016 at 7:00
  • @MANI how can I search for them? Commented Nov 8, 2016 at 5:55

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I can not assure you the method would work or not but after browsing all over I found this satisfying post, hope it will help you too!

http://www.androidsage.com/2016/02/03/restore-samsung-galaxy-s4-to-stock-lollipop-firmware/

Try it on your own risk :)

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Well there's always a first time, so just give this a shot. The link below will help you un-root your device and flash stock ROM as well. That way you can get your device back to fresh state. So just follow the steps as mentioned here - http://rootmyandroid.org/flash-stock-rom-galaxy-s4.html/

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