The day we posted, how to Root Samsung Galaxy Y, people were even more desperate to know how to unroot the device more than rooting it. They are right at their place, because the strongest reason behind clearing the path of unrooting the device is to claim the warranty of the phone at the service center incase something went wrong with the device. By the way, if you haven’t purchased this phone yet, you can check out the hands-on review of Samsung Galaxy Y.
Why people fear from rooting? It’s because rooting VOIDS warranty and if in the rooting process you got your phone bricked, you cannot go anywhere. On the request of our beloved readers, I researched about unrooting the device and come up with this article.
If you are the one who want to root Samsung Galaxy Y, you can check out the tutorial here. For unrooting, let continue.
Few of the steps and instructions are common in both rooting and unrooting and those are
- Don’t loose patience
- Follow the tutorial very seriously and calmly
- Do not disconnect your phone
- Make sure your phone is charged more than 60%
Things needed before starting the un-rooting process
- Download this unroot-update.zip file.
- Copy the file to the root of phone’s internal memory
Steps: How to unroot Samsung Galaxy Y?
Step1: Switch off your phone and restart it with the following key combination
Volume UP + Home Key + Power button
It will bring your phone in the CWR (Clockwork Recovery mode).
Step2: In CWR, touchscreen will not work, you need to work using volume keys, home button and power button.
So using the power button, move to the “Install zip from SD card” option and click on the home key and then choose the ‘choose zip form sd card’ and select update-unroot.zip file and click “yes”.
Step3: completing above, it will bring you back to the menu. Click on the “Go Back” and then choose “Reboot System Now”.
Whoa! Your phone is un-rooted! Congrats.
If you faced any problem while following this tutorial, do let me know. We will help you instantly.
Disclaimer: Rooting, Jailbreaking or customizing your device can be risky, and may end-up bricking your device! You can follow the instructions posted here at your own risk. Dreambloggers will not be held responsible for any damage to your device.