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Unroot Your Galaxy Ace

Unrooting your Galaxy Ace S5830.


   Before You Begin:

  •   Back up everything you feel is important using apps like SMS Backup and Restore,etc.Various apps  are available in the Google Play Store.
           The following link will direct you to the apps used for backing up your data.
            Apps to Backup Your Data
  •   Make sure you have your Galaxy Ace s5830 charged to at least 75% or more before you begin. 

Necessary Downloads:

  • Download the unroot update file for the Galaxy Ace s5830 from a google search and place it in your memory card.

Un-rooting the Galaxy Ace S5830

  • Turn your phone off .
  • Boot your phone into recovery mode:
          *To do that,press and hold HOME+POWER buttons at the same time.
             Remember to keep it pressed and dont let go.
           *After the Galaxy Ace logo shows up and disappears, you should enter the recovery mode. 
             You can let go  now.
  • Now in recovery mode, you can scroll up and down using the VOLUME UP and VOLUME DOWN buttons.
  • Scroll to the second option “apply update from sdcard” and press HOME to select.
  • Then scroll to the file and select it (if you put it in a folder, find and open that folder and then select
  • Once it’s done installing, select “reboot system now” and wait for the phone to reboot.
Galaxy Ace Recovery Mode
Galaxy Ace Recovery Mode

Look in the app drawer and if all went well, the superuser icon should no longer be there!!! 


Congrats! You’ve now successfully unrooted your Galaxy Ace s5830!!

In case the above procedure does'nt work, though I highly doubt it wont...

I'v tested the above file and it works but  if you encounter a problem and arnt able to unroot you can also use a root explorer and delete some files to unroot:-
  • Download "ES File Explorer" from Google Play (or if you have any other root explorer you can use that).
         You can find it here: ES File Explorer
  • Open the explorer, tap menu, go to settings, go to the "Root settings" section and enable "Root Explorer" and "Mount file system"  -Go back and tap Favorites in the top left corner and select "/". Now go to system/app/ and find and delete "Superuser.apk". EXTREMELY IMPORTANT!!! Do not delete any other files!!!
  • Go back to system/ and open the "xbin" folder and delete ONLY THESE FILES!!!
1. busybox
2. sh
3. sqlite3
4. su
5. su-v1
6. su-v2
7. su-v3

Restart your android phone and it'l be unrooted again and back to normal. 

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