There are numerous reasons as to why you should root your Sony Xperia XA Ultra. Some of these reasons are that you want to gain extra control over your device, add new root-only apps, flash stock ROMs and stock kernels on the device, and so on.
While that’s fine and it’s really good that you can add whatever content you want to your device without any restrictions from the stock ROM, sometimes users go a little too far customizing the device and that results in bad performance of the device and broken functionalities.
If you’re one of those users who’ve rooted their Sony Xperia XA Ultra and have customized it to an extent that phone has become slower and sluggish, then you might want to unroot it. Unrooting your Sony Xperia XA Ultra will get the device back to the stock firmware that has no custom modifications. It’s just a pure version of Android that your manufacturer has developed for your device.
If that sounds like you, here’s how to unroot your Sony Xperia XA Ultra and get it back to the stock:
To unroot the device, you will flash the stock firmware FTF file using Flashtool on the device and that will unroot and get your device back to the stock. Here’s how to do that:
And there you go, your Sony Xperia XA Ultra is now unrooted and is back to the stock firmware.