Samsung Galaxy Rush SPH-M830 is landing today this guide on how to unroot it. Be sure you follow it only if you really want to get re-accustomed to the phone’s initial stock firmware and if you want to see its warranty back where it belongs.
The tutorial that we concocted here on DroidGator.com should only be used if you have already
rooted your Rush with the guide we put together not too long ago on this same site. If you follow a different tutorial, your smartphone runs the risk of getting bricked.
So, without any further ado, let us share with you the right pre-requisites before we indicate the steps required for an ideal unrooting: download on your PC, charge the battery of the Galaxy Rush M830 if the former shows signs of not having sufficient life left, make a backup of the data on the device and be sure that you have a custom recovery image on it.
Having just done all of this, your next move should be this: read about the steps below and concentrate on them so that the procedure for this post goes without problems.
- Here goes the very first step: having downloaded the Stock ROM on your laptop (its desktop, to be sure), you need to use the Rush’s USB cord to have the phone connected to your comp.
- After you get the two devices intertwined, you will have to do as step number two says, which is the following: copy the Stock ROM to the smartphone’s SD card root.
- The third step to follow accordingly sounds like this: disconnect the handset from the laptop the second you see that the transfer from step two happened with complete success, then switch the Galaxy Rush off.
- So that the fourth step also goes without a glitch, you need to make sure that the phone reboots into Recovery Mode; do this exactly like we tell you to: hold down Volume Up and Power simultaneously. After the device is in the mode we told you about, do this: opt for Factory Reset/Wipe Data, choose Wipe Cache next and then select Wipe Dalvik Cache.
- When done, you should follow step number five which tells you to opt for Install zip from SD card.
- Step six will then instruct you to select Choose zip from SD card.
- [sc name=”banner-jos”]Step number seven needs the following to be performed accordingly: select the Stock ROM archive, then wait for it to get installed on the Galaxy Rush SPH-M830 (an operation which shouldn’t take more than a couple of minutes tops).
- Step eight will recommend you to wait for the flashing to be over, then, when you notice that the phone is done with that, you need to reboot it so that everything is where it should be.
The Samsung Galaxy Rush M830 you are so fond of is now finally unrooted. From now on you will see that its warranty is back, as well as its official stock firmware that you used to miss.
My name is Mark, I am a new chief editor of this blog, freelance writer, entrepreneur, and simply a technology lover. Currently a proud owner of a Google Pixel 4a.