How to un-root the Galaxy Y Samsung?

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Galaxy Y Samsung owners and users are very keen about knowing how to have the unrooting of their device just as much as they wanted to know how to root it. Sometimes they are correct this time and because of the important reason for it which is the ability to claim their phone’s warranty at its service center when something will go wrong with their device. And anyway, when you have not bought this device yet but you can check it out at the hands-on review on this Galaxy Y Samsung.
What is the reason why people fear in rooting?  This is because rooting may VOID warranty of the phone and when during the rooting process is going on and you have gotten your device bricked you will not get any warranty anymore.
There are instructions and steps that are common at both the unrooting and rooting the Galaxy Y and these are the following:
  • First and foremost thing that you should make back up of all your data because the procedure may lead to loose your data.
  • Do not allow your device to be disconnected
  • You must ensure that your device is charged over 60% and not lesser
There are things that are to be needed prior to starting this un-rooting method and this will include:
  • You must download the unroot zip file
  • Then copy this file into a root of the internal memory of the device
1) Download the file here -
2) Now copy this file into the root folder of your phone's  SD Card
3) Switch off your device and restart it into recovery mode using the following key combination Volume UP + Home Button + Power Button
4) You will find your phone in recovery mode with blue coloured UI. You cannot use touchscreen while your phone is in recovery mode.
For making selections and movements, you have to make use of volume up/down keys and make the selection by pressing home key.

5) In the recovery mode menu, there is an option 'apply update from sdcard' Select it.
6) Choose the pasted and click on "yes".
7) After the patching of that file, you will be back to the menu, and there it's written "reboot system now". Select it.
8) After the reboot, go to phone's main menu and if you are able to find the "SuperUser" App on it, but once you click it you will notice that it doesn't work anymore
Note:- It is working in my mobile 100% without any problem. I am not responsible for, if it is not working, damage your mobile and or any other issues.

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