How to Uninstall SuperSU & Fix the Error “Uninstallation Failed”
Do you also fret about the “Uninstallation Failed” error? If yes so then read the full guide. But do not worry because you are also able to deal with that error now because a recognized enhancer from XDA member osm0sis reveals a tough tool named SuperSU uninstaller and wrapped it in the zip file. You are also able to flash the SuperSU uninstaller .zip file by using a custom recovery, like TWRP. However, at times it’s completely installed on your device. It will uninstall SuperSU fully and make your device unrooted. So you are also able to further install Magisk root.
If you want to know the whole process to remove SuperSU from your device then continue to the following full instructions below.
Doubtlessly the Chainfire’s SuperSU zip is the easiest method of rooting Android devices with unlockable bootloaders. Although, with Magisk root obtaining a reputation currently for its easy on-the-fly unroot feature, lots of users are switching from SuperSU to Magisk now.
Similarly, this switch from SuperSU to Magisk, even so, probably not go easy when SuperSU provides the “Uninstallation failed” error. Whilst trying to completely unroot the device from the app (to ready it for Magisk).
But thanks to user osm0sis over at xda who just create a simple SuperSU uninstaller zip file. That you are also able to flash through the TWRP recovery to thoroughly uninstall the SuperSU and also unroot your Android device.
Uninstall SuperSU and Unroot your Android device
Your device should already have TWRP. Whether not so then you have to go to install TWRP recovery.
- First of all, you have to download and transfer the UPDATE-unSU.zip file to your device. You can download it from the above-mentioned link.
- You have to boot your device into TWRP recovery.
- Click the Install button on TWRP from the main screen » choose the UPDATE-unSU.zip file » and Swipe to confirm flashing the file.
- Wipe cache/Dalvik from TWRP.
- Reboot phone.
That’s all guys. Now SuperSU is no longer on your device.
Well, now you are also able to flash the SuperSU uninstaller .zip file by using a custom recovery, like TWRP. However, at times it’s completely installed on your device. It will remover SuperSU fully and make your device unrooted. So you are also able to further install Magisk root. We hope that from this guide you will learn the main point. This will also help you in your case. If you have any queries you can ask us in the comments below.