Tuesday, May 24, 2016

How to Unroot the Droid Incredible 2

As rooting your device lets you install root-only apps and flash custom recoveries, unrooting allows you to restore the warranty of your device to make it a valid device at the service center. If you’ve rooted your Droid Incredible 2 smartphone and you now want to unroot it, then this guide is going to be useful for you. It explains how you can unroot your device as well as get it back to stock. Let’s get started with the procedure:By EditAndroidI. Before You Begin:1. You should have rooted your device using the procedure givenhere.2. Yourdeviceneedsto have at lst 60% of battery life left.II. Downloading Required Files:1.Stock Firmware(Select one of them)2.FastbootIII. Relocking Bootloader of the Droid Incredible 2:1. Place both the files you downloaded to your Desktop.2. Extract files from theFastbootarchive to your Desktop.3. Turn OFF your device.4. Reboot the device intoFastbootmode. To do so, press and hold theVolume DOWN+Powerbuttons together.5. SelectFastbootfrom the options available on your screen.6. Connect your device toyourPCusing the USB cable.7. Launch a Command Prompt Window on your Desktop. To do that, hold down theShiftbutton on yourboardand right-click on any empty ar on the screen, then chooseOpen command window here.8. Type in following command into theCommandPromptWindow:fastboot oem lock9. Once it’s done, issue the following command:fastboot reboot10. Your device should reboot.11. And you’re done!Congrats! Your bootloader has now been relocked and you can now flash the stockfirmwareusing the following steps.IV. Unrooting the Droid Incredible 2:1. Turn OFF your device.2. Reboot the device intoFastbootMode. To do that, press and hold theVolume DOWN+Powerbuttons together.3. SelectFastbootfrom the options that appr on your screen.4. Connect your device to your PC viaUSBcable.5. Double-click on theStock Firmwareexecutable file and it’ll launch.6. Follow the on-screen instructions.7. And you should be unrooted now!Wonderful! Your device has successfully been unrooted and is now running the official stock firmware.

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