The best of your Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ can be brought out b rooting the device. That is the very purpose of rooting an Android device that you get to exert full control on your handset. You can tweak and modify the software, settings, design and the like to your accord. But that is not the case in every rooted S8/S8+. There have been many users who wanted to go back to the old settings, to the unrooted form of their flagship beauty.
Unrooting is possible and not in a very complicated way. Samsung’s flash tool ‘Odin3’ would have to be used in order to flash stock firmware on your device. Once you unroot the device, your S8/S8+ wil go into factory reset mode where it will be like a new handset. You would have to customise any settings, which you might have done before unrooting it, yet again.
Before starting you need to see that the phone’s battery should be minimum around 50% to 55% and make backups for all of your important data as we have mentioned earlier that unrooting the phone will factory reset your device.
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Apart from above mentioned pre-requisites, you should also enable OEM unlocking and USB debugging mode on your device. OEM data cable should be used for connecting your phone with your computer. It is not mandatory but preferable thus advised.
Downloads required for unrooting S8/S8+:
3 Firmware for your device according to your region/country
How to unroot Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+:
1 Get firmware.tar and other related files after extracting the downloaded firmware folder.
2 Open up Odin.exe file and tap on the AP tab selecting the file ‘firmware.tar’. Let the file load.
3 Click on the BL tab in Odin and let the BL file load from the folder you extracted before.
4 Now click on the CP tab and load the CP file. Similarly click on the CSC tab and let the Home_CSC file load.
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5 Now press and hold Bixby button+Volume down+Power key simultaneously for booting your devoice in download mode.
6 Connect your device with your computer while Odin is still open. ‘Added’ will be shown in the log box and the ID:COM box will turn blue as soon as the connection is established.
7 Now click on the ‘Options’ and only F.Reset.Time. should be checked.
8 Click on the ‘Start’ button to let Odin start the flash factory firmware.