In the previous article, we have discussed about how to root the Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360. In every rooting article I have mentioned that, the rooting voids your manufacturer warranty. If you are worried due to that and you want to reclaim the same, then don’t worry. You can easily get it back by following this simple tutorial. So, let’s find out how to unroot your device.
- First make sure that your Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360 smartphone is rooted. You can check that by downloading the “Root Checker app” from the Google Play Store.
- Next, charge your device fully or upto 70% so, that it won’t get switched OFF during the process.
- The one and only way to unroot your Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360 device is to apply the stock firmware. So, download the appropriate firmware based on your region from here.
- Next download the Odin file from here.
DISCLAIMER: Follow the given below procedure at your own risk. We will not be held responsible/liable if anything happens to your device.
Procedure To Unroot Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360 Smartphone:
- Once you downloaded the above mentioned two files, extract them and place them in your desktop.
- Next double-click the Odin executable file and it will launch.
- After that, click on the “PDA” and select the stock firmware file you have extracted to your desktop.
- Check mark the “Auto Reboot and F.Reset Time” boxes and uncheck the “Repartition” box.
- Next turn OFF your device and allow it to enter into the download mode. To do so, you need to press the Volume Down button, Home button and Power button together.
- Next press the Volume Up button to continue.
- After that connect your Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360 smartphone to the computer with the help of USB cable.
- Now, hit the start button in the Odin. It will start flashing the stock firmware.
- Once the process is completed, your device will automatically reboot.
That’s it! Now, your Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360 smartphone will revert to the stock firmware and has no root access.