Galaxy S4: Unrooting issues

kristylynn1992

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Ok so I've been trying to unroot my phone for the past 2 days and I keep getting a FAIL in Odin. I have tried new cables, tried plugging the usb in the back of the computer, tried different computers, different firmware, odin, and drivers and I keep getting a fail! On my phone the error says SV Rev. Check fail: fused: 4, Binary: 1 and on Odin it says

Get Pit for mapping...
Firmware update start...
aboot.mbn...
NAND write start..
Complete(Write) operation failed..
All threads completed (succeed 0/failed 1)

Someone please help me! Something so simple is really frustrating me. I have a Galaxy S4 SGH-I337 btw. Let me know. Thanks!
 
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Re: Unrooting issues

Ok so I've been trying to unroot my phone for the past 2 days and I keep getting a FAIL in Odin. I have tried new cables, tried plugging the usb in the back of the computer, tried different computers, different firmware, odin, and drivers and I keep getting a fail! On my phone the error says SV Rev. Check fail: fused: 4, Binary: 1 and on Odin it says

Get Pit for mapping...
Firmware update start...
aboot.mbn...
NAND write start..
Complete(Write) operation failed..
All threads completed (succeed 0/failed 1)

Someone please help me! Something so simple is really frustrating me. I have a Galaxy S4 SGH-I337 btw. Let me know. Thanks!

Is the phone on 4.2.2 or 4.3?
If it's the former, you can unroot from within the SuperSU app.
Go to settings > scroll down and hit "full unroot"

Sent from my Galaxy S4 running SlimKat 4.4.2
 

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Same issue, but I have already unrooted through su so now I am partially unrooted, but cannot update phone because odin did not do normal boot and with cpu I get failed. Running 4.2.2
 

swahmed

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If you are trying to "Unroot" to update your ROM, then the only way I have managed this is to flash a Stock Rom and then update via OTA or via Kies. Simply Unrooting via SuperSU doesnt revert your Rom back to standard.

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