Unrooting

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    Just I case I don't want to be rooted anymore or I need to return the phone or something, how do I unroot? I rooted with z4root and I know there's an unroot button, but I want to know what I should do with my root apps? And how do I clock back to normal speed?

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    I believe Jrummy put a restore default option in that app. Going by what I've seen on my gf's D2.

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    What about droid2 bootstrapper. That's the only thing im really worried about because I read in another thread that it caused problems for them. I haven't installed any roms or anything. The only thing I used it for was to change my boot logo back to stock. Can I just uninstall the app?

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    Or can I just keep all my root apps and not use them just incase I decide to root again? Will that cause any problems?

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    The only one that I know would cause any issues would be superuser. Just curious, why do you want to unroot?

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    I don't, I just wanted to know from the beginning when I first start with rooting so I don't have to panic if I need to get it replaced or whatever. Just safety precautions I guess
    What would superuser do? Can't I just uninstall it?

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    Oh ok gotcha! It would cause a problem when trying to root again so uninstalling it would be a good idea.



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    So if I set my clocking back to stock, and uninstall superuser im good to go? Can I keep other root apps for re-rooting later?

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    Not sure, but if you left those apps installed and took into verizon for a warranty they might catch on that you had been rooted, even if you arent at the time.
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    Yes if you're returning the phone to Verizon you should remoove all root apps.

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    +1! Plus, they could cause a lot of FC's too.



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    Okay. What if it was just to unroot for any other reason, e.g. a problem of some sort, Idk. Could I still keep them? Or just uninstall and reinstall when rerooted?

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    If you're unrooting for other purposes you don't need to worry about it. At least not imo.

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