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    I rooting my phone using Odin3 v1.85 and running one click after. I now wish to unroot the device i've followed the guide here [GUIDE] Debrand & Rebrand back to O2 for Samsung Galaxy S2 - xda-developers i've got to the stage of loading the stock files. Everything went well. the warning message has gone and all seems good. although the kernnal version still reads "2.6.35.7-i19100xwkdd-cl161513 root@DELL103 #2. is there more steps i need to complete? do i need to click unroot on one click? also the guide talks about resetting the CSC code? i dont really understand that.

    I have a sim free model. no branding from stock. I hope someone can help me in plain english.

    Look forward to help.
     

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    That kernel looks like the original stock one (XWKDD). The "root@dell103" part of the version string simply refers to the computer used to compile the kernel from source and is quite normal.
     
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    so it has been restored back to stock fine? for warranty purposes?
     
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    I'd say so.
     
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    Cheers. Just I thought the Kernel originally didn't have the @dell bits. ]
    Just one more question. Now its all restored to stock, does this mean I can now run all Android updates via Kias safely?
     

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