Unrooting the Huawei Ascend is as easy as installing the stock ROM using our guide. Once you have unrooted the device, you will lock up the internal system and be back to having the factory restrictions over your operating systems.

That means no more root-only apps from the Google Play Store. Those of you with a warranty will have that warranty working again when you send it away.

Huawei Ascend

The Files You Need

  • Download the file you need to unroot your device from this forum page here.
  • There are three different files you will find inside the link above. One for Windows; one for Mac; one for Linux operating systems. You must download the correct file for your operating system.
  • You must enable USB Debugging Mode on the device. You can do that by heading to the menu > Settings > Applications > Development > USB Debugging. Alternatively, you might head to the menu > Settings App > Developer Options > USB Debugging Mode.
  • We suggest taking a back up of your data on the phone before starting. You do not lose data just by following the guide. The back up is suggested for when you take a factory reset to recover the phone if something goes wrong.

Unrooting The Huawei Ascend

  1. Download the file to unroot your device from the link given above.
  2. Extract that file on the desktop of the computer. After you have extracted the file, you will see the three files and one for each operating system.
  3. Completely switch off the Huawei Ascend by long-pressing the Power button.
  4. Reboot the Huawei smartphone in Fastboot mode by holding the Call End button, Volume Down button and the Power button at the same time.
  5. Connect the Huawei Ascend to the computer now with the USB cable.
  6. Launch the Windows.bat file if you are using Windows and so forth.
  7. Follow any on-screen prompt after you launch that file.
  8. Reboot the Ascend smartphone after you finish and you’re done.
  9. You now have the stock ROM running on the Huawei Ascend smartphone. That means no more root access to the internal system. Do not try installing any root-requiring apps from the Google Play Store.
  10. You can download and install the root checker app and check that the guide did work for you. The app should tell you that the device does not have root access.