How to Unroot Samsung Galaxy S3 [AT&T/T-Mobile/Verizon]

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If you root your Samsung Galaxy device and you want to unroot the same for any reason then you can do so by following the given below tutorial. So, let’s start here.

This procedure will delete everything from your internal SD Card on Galaxy S3. Back up your photos, contacts etc.

Samsung Galaxy S3

Disclaimer: Best Android Blog should not be held responsible for any damages that might occur to your device while following this rooting procedure. So, do everything at your own risk.

Instructions:

  • First download the triangle away app from here. Once you downloaded then install the same to your phone. Just download the apk at the bottom of the page directly to your phone and install it by tapping on the file.
  • Then open the app and select “Reset flash counter”. Then enter your phone into the download mode. Make sure your phone is unplugged and turned off.
  • To enter into the download mode hold the volume down button, home center button and power button at the same time. When you feel a vibration let go of the power, but keep holding onto the volume down and home button.
  • Press the Volume Up button to continue.
  • Plug your phone via microUSB to your computer.
  • Then download the “Odin3 v1.85.zip” and the stock file for your phone using the links below. (Sorry for using Depositfiles, the file size is too big for my usual download servers.

Download Odin3 v1.85 (Everyone should download this file)
AT&T – ATT SGH-I747 1 Unroot 4.0.4.zip
T-Mobile-TMobile SGH-T999 1 Unroot 4.0.4.zip
Verizon-Verizon SCH-I535 Unroot 4.0.4.zip

  • Extract the big stock zip file you just downloaded.
  • Unzip “Odin3 v.185.zip” and open “Odin3 v1.85”.
  • In Odin you should see a yellow highlighted box on the left of the program. If you don’t download and install Samsung KIES.
  • Click on “PDA” and locate the tar file that was extracted.
  • Click on “Start” and let your phone reboot.
  • If you get any errors or get stuck on bootloop do a factory reset in stock recovery.
  • Power off your phone, then press the volume up, home center, and power button. Hold all three at the same time, when you feel a vibration let go of the power, but keep holding the volume up and center home button.
  • Select “Wipe Data / Factory Reset” and select “yes”.
  • Select “Wipe Cache Partition” and again select “reboot system now” and your now on 100% stock and unrooted.
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