One of Android’s biggest strengths is that it’s an open source operating system, which means that anyone with programming talent can potentially tinker with the code and make it even better and powerful. Yes, there are always things you want to do to make your phone work a little bit better! Rooting an Android smartphone is not for the faint of heart. You can follow our simple guide to better understand how to root your Samsung Galaxy S3 smartphone (Tutorial how to root Galaxy S3). But, if you send Rooted Galaxy S3 to Samsung Services Centre for warranty repair, it may void your warranty if Samsung found that the device was rooted. So how to Unroot Galaxy S3? From previous tutorial, we have learnt how to Unroot Galaxy S3 by reset the flash counter and restored back to “stock” firmware via Odin.
Today, we will share with you the simplest step to unroot your Galaxy S3. Yes, OTA RootKeeper application allow you to temporary unroot your galaxy S3 wit only one click! Here is:
Step 1: Download OTA RootKeeper from Google Play Store. (Free)
Step 2: Install and Launch RootKeeper on your Galaxy S3.
Step 3: Press “Protect root” and then Press “Temp un-root”
Step 4: That’s all!
Note: You can restore the root access by click the button.
You can check your Galaxy S3 root status by using this free application- Root Checker (Download Link).
Root Galaxy S3 by using OTA RootKeeper will not reset the flash counter. So you can refer tutorial here on how to Reset Galaxy S3 Odin counter/Reset custom binary counter.