Since rooting your LG V20 gives you tons of options to customize your device to a greater extent, many users just go a little too far doing that and eventually end-up messing their device. Either they break the software things on the device or they just over-customize their device and can’t get it back to the normal mode.
If you’re in such a situation and your LG V20 is loaded with tons of things that you now regret doing (or perhaps you’re bored of them), then there’s a simple way to get your device back to what it was – the stock mode. Unrooting and getting the LG V20 back to the stock is as easy as flashing the stock images from TWRP Recovery and rebooting the device and you’re back to the stock ROM.
Here’s the procedure that shows how to unroot the LG V20 and get it back to the stock:
To unroot the device, you’ll flash the system image, boot image, and stock recovery using TWRP Recovery on your device and you will be back to the stock.
Your LG V20 from T-Mobile is now unrooted and is running the stock system.
Should you ever wish to get the root-only fun back on your device, then you can do so by heading over to our LG V20 root guide and re-rooting your device.
Let us know how this went for you!