Tuesday, May 24, 2016

How to Unroot the Droid DNA

To reclaim the warranty of your HTroidDNA, you have to unroot it. The unrooting procedure for the Droid DNA given below shows how you can unroot the device and take it back to the stockfirmware. It’s useful if you’re going to visit the service center for any warranty purpose or just tired of usingcustomROMsand wanna go home. Either be the rson, we’ve got you covered. Let’s see how you can unroot your Droid DNA.By EditAndroidI. Before You Begin:1. You should have rooted your device using the procedure givenhereor Here.2. It’s recommended that your device should be charged fully.3. This is gonna wipe out all the data on your device. So, make sure you take a backup first.II. Downloading Required Files:1.Stock ROM2.FastbootIII. Relocking Bootloader of the Droid DNA:1. Download and place both the files to your Desktop. Do NOT launch any file just yet.2. Extract files from the Fastboot archive to your Desktop.3. Enable the USB debugging function fromMenu>>Settings>>Developer options>>USB debugging.4. Turn OFF the device.5. Reboot the device intoFastbootmode. To do so, press and hold theVolume DOWN+Powerbuttons together.6. ChooseFastbootoption from the list.7. Connect the device to your PC viaUSBcable.8. Launch a Command Prompt Window on your Desktop. To do that, press and hold theShiftbutton on yourboardand right-click on any empty ar on the screen, then chooseOpen command window here.9. Type in following command into the Command Prompt Window:fastboot oem lock10. Reboot the device into normal mode.Grt! You’ve successfully relocked thebootloaderof your device. It’s time to take it back to stock, here’s how you can do it.IV. Unrooting the Droid DNA:1. Turn OFF the device.2. Reboot the device intoFastbootmode. To do so, press and hold theVolume DOWN+Powerbuttons together.3. ChooseFastbootoption from the list.4. Connect the device to your PC using the USB cable.5. Once connected, double-click on theStockROMexecutable file you downloaded rlier.6. Follow the on-screen instructions.7. You should be unrooted now!Awesome! The device’s now back to stock with all the default apps and norootaccess, of course!

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