Unrooting is the process of restoring a phone back to stock after you’ve rooted it. This comes in handy for a number of reasons. One is that it reinstates the warranty that was voided by rooting (usually) and two it helps you start over from scratch, if say, you went a little overboard with mods and hacks once you rooted. Either reasoning, unrooting the Galaxy Note 3 is pretty simple thanks to Samsung’s flashing program called Odin. Here’s how to unroot the Galaxy Note 3.
That’s it, you should now be unrooted. Feel free to head back to our Galaxy Note 3 How To’s section if you feel like re-rooting.