Have a rooted Android device and want to unroot it so you can update it to Android Marshmallow? Thankfully, it isn’t as difficult as you may have first thought and you can do it without having to delve into Android’s system BIOS.
First things first, when doing anything to your Android device, make sure you back up your data. Unrooting will wipe data from your phone, so back up anything you want to keep hold of into cloud storage or onto an SD card/PC.
How to unroot Android: Using SuperSU
By far the simplest way to unroot your Android handset, SuperSU is a free-to-download app for rooted devices. Here’s how to unroot your phone via SuperSU.
How to unroot Android: Using ES File Explorer
I’m not sure if I’ve spoken about how good ES File Explorer is for a file explorer app, but it’s great. So great, in fact, that you can unroot your phone using it if you know what you’re looking for. Thankfully, with this little guide, you’ll know exactly what to do.