HowDroid >> Post >> uninstall superuser
Sunday 29th of January 2012
can not seem to uninstall the superuser appmy phone is no longer rooted but i cannot seem to uninstall the logoand its in my application settings i have tried a factory reset and no luckany help?
Superuser keeps force/closing
Saturday 04th of August 2012
And I cant use root permissions, or uninstall superuser since it was saved as a system app.. Cant run terminal (even though I hardly can claim to know how to). I also cant seem to overwrite the stock recovery.. I dont know how many stressful circles ive gone round and round Sent from my LS670 using Android Central Forums
the superuser permission thing
Thursday 17th of December 2009
I've rooted my phone using the superuser file, but I never noticed any prompts asking for permission when I ran an app that needed root.I installed the "superuser whitelist" program from the market and noticed it gave me the prompt for such things, but it usually locks up an app when requesting access,so after granting it access I have to force close the app and run it again.When messaging the dev about the issue, he said "doesn't the droid already have this? itsfor android 1.6" so I was a bit confused since I never saw any prompts before downloading this app.Also, I now can not uninstall the app (the uninstall button is disabled).Anyone care to give some information or suggestions here? Has the superuser update exploit gave you guys the access prompt for rooted apps, or did you also need a market app to get this feature?
How do i uninstall superuser
Sunday 20th of November 2011
I rooted my phone recently and started getting sim card errors. So I need to get superuser uninstalled. I unrooted using ginger unroot. I rooted using doomlord. I just want it stock before i take it in. By the way its a razr
How to uninstall superuser that was installed via gingerbreak?
Thursday 26th of July 2012
I rooted my phone using gingerbreak 1.2, and it automatically installed superuser. I have my reasons for unrooting my phone, I won't go into them, but unrooting via gingerbreak doesn't remove superuser. How can I remove superuser? Do I need to use a different unrooting method?
DROID BIONIC Jelly Bean Update - Page 103
Monday 22nd of April 2013
Originally Posted by MikeSaya Reinstall superuser, get root permissions for Koush's, then uninstall superuser. Before I make a mistake that I regret, I just want to double-check this, even though the answer seems obvious: I'm already rooted in JB and using ChainsDD's Superuser ()...in order to switch to Clockworkmod's (Koush's) Superuser (), I should: 1.) Download and install Koush's Superuser from the Play Store2.) Run, update the binaries, and grant it permissions using the existing SU app3.) Uninstall old (ChainsDD) Superuser ...and I shouldn't lose root, right? I don't want to have to do the more involved re-rooting if I mess this up
How to unroot my phone and remove superuser?
Friday 14th of June 2013
I have been trying desperately to do this to get help from Sprint on something, but every guide I find is outdated and may help unroot my phone, but it will not help remove superuser because ES File Explorer has been updated and nobody has a guide to remove superuser for it. My phone is currently unrooted (I had unrooted it back to L29 and then updated it, so it is currently model SPH-D710, Android 4.0.4, Baseband FH13, Build FH13, and Hardware D710.10.) However, I cannot remove the superuser app now. Does anybody know how I can completely remove superuser once my phone has been unrooted? If that is not possible, can somebody provide me with an UPDATED guide to help me root my phone again, uninstall superuser, and then unroot it completely? Thank you so much. Pretty stressed about this now since I haven't had any luck doing this.
Two Superuser Apps
Saturday 15th of June 2013
This morning I woke up, looked at my phone and saw there's another Superuser app in my app drawer. This is the one by ChainSDD that has the pirate logo. I rooted via the method on DroidRZR forums and that gave me the Superuser with the white "#" logo by Clockworkmod. There is no option to uninstall ChainSDD Superuser, it doesn't even appear in Titanium Backup Pro or Clean Master. I can only uninstall the "#", but doing that made my phone think it was unrooted (reinstalling the "#" Superuser fixed that).Yesterday I flashed the deodexed and 1% battery mods (no icon changes). I also flashed the CM10.1 ROM and GAPPS on ROM Slot 1. However, I did not notice the new Superuser immediately after, and I am pretty sure I wiped my ROM slot yesterday (did it again just now, ChainSDD Superuser is still there).I'm not incredibly concerned about this, I don't think it's a major issue, but it is weird that the ChainSDD Superuser just appeared on my phone and can't be uninstalled and I'd like to figure out what might have caused this.
[GUIDE] Switching from SuperSU to Superuser on Stock + Root
Sunday 13th of October 2013
So if you are like me, and you have gone back and forth between stock and CM10 then you may prefer the look and feel of Superuser over SuperSU once you go back to stock. If you do, follow these steps, and you can switch to Superuser without any headaches. (I know most people consider SuperSU to be better, I get it, and I don't care, so save it, and don't bother with the comments)1.) Open Google Play and search for Superuser and download the latest version.2.) Once it's installed, open Google Play again and search for SuperSU and tap uninstall the updates.3.) Open SuperSU and open the settings (you will get an error that another superuser app is installed, just click cancel).4.) Scroll down a little bit and tap where it says clean up to install another superuser app.5.) It will alert you that it will uninstall and close, click ok.6.) SuperSU should close and should no longer be in your list of apps.7.) Open up Superuser and swipe from left to right.8.) Tap where it says tap to update binary.9.) It will go through the steps and get a FAIL on remounting system as root. (don't worry)10.)
can i uninstall superuser with supersu?
Friday 27th of December 2013
Hi, I started to root with motochopper, didn't work. I then went to saferoot. I am new to this.. I opened supersu in my apps, and it said needed update, it wanted to uninstall other versions of the app, I said NO. (wrong?), then I realized after searching it must have wanted to uninstall superuser, now I have superuser and superSU on phone. Rooted. Can I uninstall superuser since saferoot installed superSU ( I think)... I mainly want to free up memory for apps. Nothing fancy, Any simple suggestions? I read all the info on the site on rooting (i've rooted before), but now with this phone I NEED to remove the bloat. No choice and I don't want to mess it up:-) Thanks.