For people who haven’t done it before, rooting a device is a very exciting thing to experience. For the first few months everything looks and feels better than before. But this sensation won’t last long.
Once you see that you’ve lost the warranty of your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 SPH-L900 (Sprint version) and notice how none of the factory settings are gone, then you will wish to see your tablet or your handset return to its days of glory when you first purchased it.
recipe that is going to help you experience all of the initial pleasure is made of some requirements and steps which, combined, create a tutorial on how to unroot your gadget. Because the name of the procedure which restores your device is “unrooting”. Nothing else will work except this process. So give it a shot if you feel like.
Here is where the introductory paragraphs end and the actual steps are introduced for you to unroot the smartphone.
Step by step instructions
- Step one: download Odin and . The place where they need to end on is the desktop. Then you must extract the files they are made of to the same place and follow this up by opening Odin tool.
- Step two: this file will then open and you will have to use PDA for the next action, which sounds like this: choose Stock Firmware and check, in Odin, these boxes: F. Reset Time along with Auto Reboot. If some other boxes are checked, perform the opposite of that and uncheck the box whose name is Repartition.
- Step three will tell you to switch the Galaxy Note 2 off and see to it that the device gets rebooted into a mode labeled Download. For people who don’t know how to do the latter: select and keep selected at the same time the buttons labelled Home, Volume Down and Power; but not at different times, you need to press and hold them simultaneously.
- Step number four has to be composed of these actions: plug the phone to the laptop and then click on Start.
- Do something else while the flashing is underway. After it’s done, you’ll see the Galaxy Note SPH-L900 rebooting. With the end of the rebooting comes the realization that the smartphone has officially been unrooted.
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.