I have rooted my Motorola Moto G 2014. But now, I want to unroot it to get Lollipop update. I followed few suggestions, but in all of them stock Android download link is not working.

And, can I get the Android L update prompt even if my phone is rooted?

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    i'm not sure, but I think you'll get it anyways. Also, I'd say that some developers find L very hard to root, so I'd leave it rooted and wait for a stock-L-based custom ROM
    – maxpesa
    Commented Dec 18, 2014 at 23:03

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You can go to SuperSu app or any other Superuser app you are using, and go to Settings and you will see a Full unroot option, press that and restart the phone when prompted. This should unroot the phone. But the boot loader will stay unlocked if you have unlocked it.


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