Return my Motorola Razr to stock

Posted by Adam C.


Lindfield, NSW

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Saturday, 20th Oct 2012
Need to return my Motorola Razr to stock. Experience with Android is necessary.

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But if you think you've rooted it before hopefully you can find someone confident enough to use "Droid Razr Utility" to re-flash your phone. Good luck with it. If it's any consolation in the meanwhile I've heard the Razr update was rushed and full of bugs (but a better version might be coming out soon).
It is strange. If you can think of a reason for never having rooted your phone in the first place (which program did you use?) then you might just have to do a factory reset in Settings -> Privacy (after backing up anything you need). If that doesn't work, take it back to wherever you bought it (I assume Optus?).
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hmm it seems my phone may be unrooted as it states 'sorry test failed...' and there is no superuser app or su file however I can't update android.
I live quite far away (Maroubra) and to be honest, there's never 100% guarantee you won't brick the phone :( Most situations seem unbrickable though, but I've never had that problem :)
You can unroot manually using a file explorer with root-access permissions (e.g. ES File Explorer or Root Explorer). It's actually quite easy. See this video.

1) Delete /system/app/Superuser.apk if you installed Superuser (most likely).

2) Delete the "su" file, which could be in any one of three places, depending on how you rooted:

/system/bin/su OR
/system/sbin/su OR
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