The LG G2 is among the ideal smartphones right now, being competitive against HTC and Samsung, and includes a complete load of features. Available at very lower cost than its competitors, it was able to attract a lot of Android fans. Here’s How To Root LG G2 and the excellent news is, it is very simple!
Rooting involve a couple of risks:
If you don’t follow the steps as prescribed below, you could find yourself with a useless brick. What’s more, there is usually no data loss during this procedure, however, to be on the safe side, performing a full backup of your files, pictures, docs etc beforehand is recommended. Neither iPho9.com nor I will be held responsible for any damages that may happen.
First of all install the driver for LG G2 properly: it is necessary. If you want to try and do this, just install the LG G2 drivers, which can be grabbed from here: www.lg.com. This will take a couple of minutes, and that is normal.
Download: The rooting tool for LG G2: ioroot10.zip
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Here’s How To Root LG G2
- Start with initiating the developer options on your LG device, by navigating to “Settings -> System -> About device -> Hardware information.”, The moment you are here in the menu, you should tap eight times the model number right until you get the message specifying that the “developer options have been activated”.
- Go-to General menu and here tap on the Developer options. Activate the USB debugging and tap on yes option in pop-up.
- Download and then decompress the downloaded archive located in the Download section and you’ll find a long list of files.
- Connect the LG G2 to Computer by using USB.
- Execute the root.bat file which is located in decompressed files.
- The process will execute on the LG device, showing some information up until it provides the option that press any key.
- When you find following picture.
- Remove the LG G2 and de-activate the “USB debugging mode”, just like you performed in step 2, then connect the smart-phone to the PC once again.
- Press any keyboard key.
- A message warranty will show up, press any key just to continue.
Please note: at this exact moment, you will have root access via ADB, which means via commands made from your computer. Here we are looking to get access right from the smartphone, which means we need to let it continue.
- As soon as this above message is shown, it implies that the LG G2 is rooted now, congrats!
If you want to confirm whether the process worked properly, check the existence of root access making use of the SuperSU application, or use the Root Checker.
(Source: XDA Forum)