1. AC Question's Avatar
    I have a galaxy s2 and it is filled with loads of bloatware, just to the point it is driving me insane. So I searched up how to remove it, but the only simple solution is to root it, then delete the files. The problem is, I probably wont use most of the features of root, so I want to switch it back to stock after the bloatware is deleted.

    So, is root reversible?
    If there are, will there be any traces that I rooted?

    Thanks, Ryan
    03-08-2015 03:33 AM
  2. Claude Speed's Avatar
    Root device > Remove bloatware > Install or run SuperSU > When you updated SU binary, uninstall SuperSU as you normally uninstall app or just uninstall app if you have up to date SU binary > Reboot your device! And that's it!

    Posted via the Android Central App on eSTAR CRYSTAL tablet
    03-08-2015 08:21 AM
  3. DLK1's Avatar
    Yes root is reversible.
    03-08-2015 09:31 AM

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