How to Unroot Samsung Galaxy Ace with Android 2.3.4 or 2.3.3

Rooting your Android phone leads to void the warranty and with this tutorial let’s see how to unroot a rooted Samsung Galaxy Ace. This works on devices running Gingerbread 2.3.3 or 2.3.4 so, if you are still running 2.2 , I suggest you to upgrade your firmware to 2.3.3 or 2.3.4 before testing this.

Do this at your own risk. The author holds no responsibility if your device got bricked or damaged during the process.

  • Copy the file to the root of your SD card
  • Switch off the phone and boot into recovery mode by pressing the middle key, volume down and the power button together.
  • Select Update from SD card by pressing volume up / down keys and pick; file
  • Wait for the confirmation screen and select reboot in normal mode to restart the phone.

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6 thoughts on “How to Unroot Samsung Galaxy Ace with Android 2.3.4 or 2.3.3”

  1. Geore v. says:

    tried it out, working. Thanks alot man! THe good thing about this method is that its better than froyo. I don’t have to use superoneclick anymore so i can root and unroot anytime on the fly! 😀

  2. neeraj says:

    hey m havng samsumg galaxy mini android 2.3.4 .. which I wanna unroot… bt m not able to dat by above method… i guess it is coz of clocksavermod which I’ve installed.. help me out how to unroot the phone n also how to remove clocksavermod n get back to superclock… rply ASAP… THANX

  3. Heny says:

    Thanks alot buddy 🙂 it’s working xoxo

  4. zuby says:

    hi im running my samsung galaxy ace and its running on the mythics mod how can i uninstall this mod and go back to my genuine mod that came on the phone ?

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