If you have already rooted your HTC One to gain access to the fundamental folders, you might be well aware of the fact that your phone’s warranty does not exist anymore. The only disadvantage of rooting your device is that you end your mobile phone’s warranty by this step.

When you broke the company made boundaries, you even broke the conditions of warranty. But you do not need to worry much now. If we taught you how to root your device, we would surely teach you to how to un-root your device back, and get your warranty back.

Un-rooting your phone is easy as compared to rooting it. Once you have an un-rooted device, it gets back to factory settings, and you can easily claim its warranty.

Few Important Points to Note before proceeding:

  • Ensure that your mobile has more than 70 percent battery before you begin.
  • Keep a backup of your ROM in case anything wrong happens.
  • Backup all your contacts, messages, important documents, and other files as they might get wiped during the installation.
  • Follow all the steps carefully in the same order in which they are mentioned.
  • The tutorial is specifically designed for HTC One, and should not be tried on any other device, or it might lead to a brick phone.

What you will need?

Warning:  

Rooting voids your phone warranty. We are not responsible if any damage happens to your device while performing the procedure. So, follow at your own risk.

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Steps to Unroot HTC One:

  1. Once you have both the stock firmware and fastboot, place them on your desktop.
  2. Extract all the files from fastboot zip on the desktop itself.
  3. Switch off your device, and restart it in bootloader mode. To enter this mode, press the volume down button, along with power button.
  4. After the phone enters bootloader mode, connect it to your PC.
  5. Open cmd on your PC.
  6. In the cmd window, type the following command:

“fastboot oem rebootRUU

Fastboot flash zip firmware.zip”

Enter the above commands without semicolon.

  1. After entering the commands, press enter, and restart your phone.
  2. After the reboot, your device is un-rooted successfully.

After following all the above steps, if you try to access root folders, you would not be able to do that. To keep your access intact, you must not un-root your device. But the good thing is that now you have earned the mobile’s company’s warranty for your phone back, and in case your device is not functioning properly, you may contact the customer care office without any kind of hesitation or whatsoever.

This is the power of Android, and the reason behind its huge success. The amount of flexibility that Android offers is not available on any other platform, and it gives the actual power to the user itself.

Rooting and un-rooting software are constantly being updated by their respective developers, and you need to ensure that you have the latest versions, as they offer better stability over previous versions.