Originally Posted by ts47
See the post above from dfib for an answer to your question.
I asked a similar question a few weeks ago. I wanted to get rid of Superuser, a program that gets installed when you root your phone. With the current version of Android on your phone, 5.9.905, there is no real way to tell if a phone has been rooted except that the Superuser app gets installed. I wound up using Ginger Unroot from the play store to remove it from my phone. I do not believe it actually unroots your phone, just deletes the superuser app. This way no one could tell if the phone had ever been rooted.
Hope this helps.
Ok, I see. I skimmed past it since I thought RSDLite was a method of rooting.
My main concern is what I'll have to do once ICS is officially released (if ever). Would I have to unroot to install it? I don't care about rooting once I get it though.