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  1. El Chamaco

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    I need a reliable successful root method I check the one on the stick thread: Unrooter. Yeah, not doing me much good unfortunately ^^; If anyone knows a reliable successful unroot method lemme know.

    Thank you for your time smart asses :D
     

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    Just keep related stuff all in one thread. Much easier. :)
     
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    Yeah you're right I'm just kind of in a hurry thats all ^^;
     
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    http://db.tt/RQQCQtKd

    There, run the option to remove cwr an instal stock recovery, then run option to unroot.
     
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    You truly are a Super User :cool:
     
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    Which one is this:thinking:
     
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    I'm using the Root_n_Recovery Batch file to do that correct?
     
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    Nvm I got it so I chose option 5 then I'm doing 6 idk if I needed to do that I think I should of just chose 6 0.o

    See what mornings do to ya?

    #EDIT: I ain't pick 6. I just did 5 now I'm gonna choose 4 cuz 6 is both of them doubt I need to do stock recovery again anyways.
     
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    the reason you need to instal stock recovery and then unroot is because to instal stock recovery you need root access. So you want to do it in that order
     
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