How to unroot Samsung Galaxy Ace on andriod 2.3.3/2.3.4 gingerbread

Rooting android brings a plethora of cool new features. But it also results in loss of warranty.

Previously I showed you how to root your Samsung Galaxy Ace and avail all the benefits.
If you also rooted your galaxy Ace and want to unroot it to get warranty back or whatever reason, then this is the tutorial you are looking for.


  1. Download ‘’ file from here.
  2. Copy it to your Sd card root folder.
  3. Reboot phone in recovery mode (by Holding down Middle key and power ON key while booting)
  4. Select the option “update from SD card”  (by volume keys) & confirm by pressing middle key. Now select the file “” file  from memory card.
  5. It will take several seconds ,wait until the confirmation screen comes.
  6. Click on “reboot in normal mode” to restart the phone
Congrats!! You have successfully unrooted your galaxy ace running on android 2.3.4/2.3.3 & restored your warranty.

12 thoughts on “How to unroot Samsung Galaxy Ace on andriod 2.3.3/2.3.4 gingerbread

  1. I’m amazed, I have to admit. Seldom do I come across a blog that’s equally
    educative and interesting, and let me tell you, you have hit the
    nail on the head. The problem is something too few people are speaking intelligently about.
    I am very happy I came across this during my search for something regarding this.

  2. Hi, the link to the file from multiupload seems to be down (the whole of multiupload is down). Could someone pls upload the file to another dl server such as mediafire? Thanks.

  3. hi

    i have followed your procedure and try to unroot the phone
    its showing restore success but when you going to see the phone status kernal showing root @dell123(note i have used dell system to root the phone)
    please help

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