So, you want to unroot your HTC Evo 4G LTE?
If you just want to remove root, you can easily just use the SuperSU app and choose “Full unroot” under Settings. Now, this won’t remove “TAMPERED” sign in the bootloader, which shows up after rooting. But you don’t have to remove that sign unless you are returning your Evo 4G LTE to Sprint for warranty. If you are going to, then you can follow the instructions below on how to use RUU to unroot.
Also, if you don’t have custom Recovery installed, you don’t have to unroot to