How to Unroot Xiaomi Mi A1 On Android Oreo 8.0: Xiaomi Mi A1 is an awesome smartphone with a 5.5-inch screen. It comes with a 4 GB RAM and is powered by 2GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor. It has 12MP primary camera with a 5 MP for selfies. It also has 64 GB of internal storage with 3080 mAH of non-removable battery. It is a dual SIM smartphone running Android 7.1.2.
A lot of us root our smartphones so that we can perform functions that are sometimes unavailable. Top reasons can include to install incompatible apps, boost a phones’ battery and speed, flash another kernel and to remove some crapware. A lot of people are resorting to rooting to perform all these functions which are not originally allowed by the original equipment manufacturers.
Many android users prefer rooting there devices as that gives more flexibility but sometimes after rooting, it is possible that we need to unroot the device and get back to the original environment of the device. It’s always nice to remain unrooted and in Google’s protective arms. The following guide will help you to unroot Xiaomi Mi A1:
Steps to Unroot Xiaomi Mi A1 On Android Oreo 8.0
- Untick and delete all the magisk modules on your device.
- Reboot your device.
- Uninstall the Magisk using the Magisk Manager.
- Power off your device and go to fastboot mode( by pressing vol- + power buttons simultaneously).
- Unlock OEM using the following command:
fastboot oem unlock
- Check for current slot by using below command:
fastboot getvar current-slot
- Flash stock boot image using this command:fastboot flash boot_a boot.img
( If a is current slot )
fastboot flash boot_b boot.img
( if current slot is b )
- Lock your OEM using command:
fastboot oem lock
- Reboot using command:
That’s all you need to unroot your Mi A1 device and be in the protective shield of OEM and Google.
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