Hi DF! Long time no chat... So again, I have come you humbly with me head hung low to asked the DF Guru's some questions. Ok so here goes, the not so easy question (I don't think), Lately I have been having a huge problem where FB want's to update the app, so I let it, well it want's to attempt to do it anyway but doesn't make it all the way. It sucks down the file it needs to install, the app then says "Error, Insufficient storage available." I have tried this numerous times and the result is always the same. Same error at the same time during the install. Now, I have checked and in no place is my Device's storage full. In fact no drive, partition, what ever, that has less than 2.x GB space left, so I have to say that there may be a bug in the app. Important note: My device is ROOTED, and while some may think that the ROOT is the cause of my problems, I assure you that this is not the problem, as the app was working fine while ROOTED until one of the later updates from FB and once that happened I started to get this error. I can not recall how many revs back this started though. I mean I suppose one of the latest FB releases could now be having an issue with the ROOT, but I don't see or understand how that could be. A break down of said device(s): Device: Samsung Galaxy Note 3. OS: Jellybean 4.3 - ROOT Facebook app is the only app that I get this error when attempting to update or install, but since it has been uninstalled and I attempt to clear FB all together in hopes that there was something laying around where causing the error, but no such luck! Storage: All drives, partitions, or what ever you want to call them, the main memory (where the OS installed), Internal SD, and External SD are all over 2GB free space. I have tried everything I can think of to get it to install and still nothing ,same error. I have tried clearing the app cache, i have uninstalled FB all together and attempted to reinstall it. BAM! "No you don't!" it said! At this point I am utterly confused.. So if anyone has any ideas on what I can try or if more info is needed please let me know! Or have you encountered the same or similar error? Next question is, does anyone have a way to back out ROOT and return the device back to being unrooted with out having to restore / reinstall the entire ROM? You don't need to do anything so drastic to ROOT the device so I was hoping there would be a way to remove the ROOT with out flashing the ROM. The only reason I want to back out is because I want KitKat, but since that is an OTA update and I can install OTA's with ROOT. It sucks cause I don't know how to install KitKat any other way. I ROOTed the device in order to release the bloatware etc and AT&T is not shy about putting in bloatware. Anyway, I hope to hear back good or bad, can help, can't help....This way I am hoping others who I am sure may have these issues may get some help for these issues. You guys are the best! Thanks guys!