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How to unroot-Stock

  1. OnePlue-One_Love
    Gingerbread Jul 20, 2014


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  2. Jamesst20
    Jelly Bean Jul 20, 2014

    Jamesst20 , Jul 20, 2014 :
    Hi,

    Factory Images can be found here : https://cyngn.com/products/oneplusone/

    First of all, you need SDK Tools installed : http://developer.android.com/tools/sdk/tools-notes.html

    PS: I will assume your bootloader is already unlocked since you are rooted. If not, you can unlock it this way "Fastboot oem unlock"

    1. Put your phone in Fastboot Mode.
    2. Run this command : fastboot -w update FactoryImages.zip

    PS : I do not own the phone yet but I believe it should work. I am not responsible for anything
    PS 2 : This will erase all your data!
     
    Last edited: Jul 20, 2014

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  3. tieffenentzerrer
    Donut Aug 13, 2014


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  4. elitekernel
    Gingerbread Aug 25, 2014

    elitekernel , Aug 25, 2014 :

    I want to remove everything, bootloader, recovery, everything.
     

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  5. dark_samus
    Froyo Aug 25, 2014

    dark_samus , Aug 25, 2014 :
    ehh removing the bootloader would make the phone stop working..... maybe you mean the boot.img? This houses the kernel and ramdisk and is most likely what you mean and in any case Jamesst20's post will get you where you wanna be
     

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  6. thegdub
    Jelly Bean Aug 25, 2014


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  7. elitekernel
    Gingerbread Aug 25, 2014

    elitekernel , Aug 25, 2014 :
    @thegdub @dark_samus @Jamesst20 Okay so I got it, tell me if my understands are wrong, i downloaded the RootKit from XDA, reflashed the 25 OTA image. i believe the only thing i kept was the unlocked bootloader, the bootloader has nothing to with the image, its basically acting like an ini file. so if i wanted to root again, all i need to do is flash a recovery and flash the superusper zip. correct ?
     

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  8. dark_samus
    Froyo Aug 26, 2014

    dark_samus , Aug 26, 2014 :
    Yes correct
     

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  9. elitekernel
    Gingerbread Aug 26, 2014

    elitekernel , Aug 26, 2014 :
    Ahh, thank you. .. .. . . . ROMS are the last thing you flash correct ? And I could use any ROM Manager App to flash correct ?
     

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  10. dark_samus
    Froyo Aug 27, 2014

    dark_samus , Aug 27, 2014 :
    most ROMs would come prerooted so no need to flash the superuser zip and I'm not sure about managers, I don't have my OPO yet so I can't test and I usually don't use ROM managers anyways... sorry
     

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  11. peos
    Ice Cream Sandwich Aug 27, 2014

  12. Louisa
    Eclair Aug 27, 2014


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  13. ultra.nomical
    Cupcake Sep 13, 2014


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  14. seether84
    Jelly Bean Sep 13, 2014


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  15. hemanth97
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 28, 2014

    hemanth97 , Sep 28, 2014 :
    can you please guide me on how to unroot?
    I'm a no-code knowledge guy, I'm on 25R rooted, unrooted from within supersu but still, I can't take screenshots or get OTA's.
    @seether84
     

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  16. Sandip680
    Gingerbread Oct 25, 2014


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  17. scumdroid
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 25, 2014

    scumdroid , Oct 25, 2014 :
    The superSU app has a feature to clean up and unroot.
     

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  18. dispix
    Cupcake Nov 4, 2014

    dispix , Nov 4, 2014 :
    Bump.

    Anyone tried this. I'm thinking about going back to the original non-root configuration, would like to know what's the best way to do it.
     

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  19. seether84
    Jelly Bean Jan 3, 2015

    seether84 , Jan 3, 2015 :
    Did you try to full unroot over superSU? Not just uninstall the superSU App.
     

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  20. hemanth97
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jan 4, 2015


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