Motorola Droid Razr users who are recklessly looking for methods on can you Unroot your Rooted Motorola Droid Razr can now rejoice, as below we will in simple steps guide you on how can you do so. If someone for some reasons rooted your Droid Razr and now you want to return into warranty, this guide will be helpful for you. The new Droid Razr Utility provides easy way to unroot and install stock firmware. We have created a detailed Guide for you.
Warning/Alert: This Procedure will unroot your device and install Stock Firmware. You will loose all data. Please understand that we or the developer of Droid Razr tool will not be responsible for any issues caused by following this process or using the tool.
- The steps and methods following below are only for Motorola Droid Razr, do not try them on any other device or any model of Motorola.
- Charge your phone in order to have 70% or more charge on it, to be assured of no Power interruption during the process.
- You should backup all essential data’s on your phone, so that there is no data loss during the process.
- Disable all security programs like Antivirus and Firewall from your computer and uninstall the same from your device, as these security suites generally tend to interrupt the process.
- Enable USB debugging in your Motorola Droid Razr from the path “Settings > Applications > Development > USB debugging”. The option of USB Debugging should be ticked.
Download Droid Razr Utility.zip from here to your computer and unzip the same.
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- Reboot your phone to enter into Fastboot Mode. To do so, press Volume Up + Volume Down + Power buttons together for 5 seconds.
- Now, select “AP Fastboot” using the Volume Down key and then press the Volume Up key to select it.
- Once you are in “AP Fastboot”, connect your phone to the PC via original USB cable.
- Now, go to Device Manager and make sure you have “Mot Single ADB Interface” showing up. If it does not show up, Install MotoHelper, which will install all the necessary drivers for your phone automatically in few seconds.
- Now, run the DroidRazrUtility.bat file which you got after extracting the downloaded file.
- The Unrooting process will start. When it is complete, you phone will automatically reboot and you will see that a fresh copy of Android 2.3.6 stock ROM is installed on your phone.
- If for some reason you get stuck on the bootloop, you will have to do a factory reset to fix the faced issue. To do so, get into Boot Selection Mode.
- In the Boot Mode Selection Mode, choose “Recovery”.
- Now, select “wipe data/factory reset” and then reboot your phone.
That’s it you have successfully Unrooted your Motorola Droid Razr back into Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread. Share with us if you face any issue, we will try to resolve the same.