LG G3 is one of the most popular smartphones from the LG company. At present, the LG G3 is available only in Korea, and soon it’ll be launched rest of the world. To avail the full in-depth features and for few apps, full functionality rooting is required. If you want to know what is rooting and problems of the rooting you can check our previous guides. Rooting can improve the productivity of the device, luckily rooting is available for LG G3. Here is the simple guide to root your LG G3 in easy steps.
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Disclaimer: Please follow this guide at your own risk. Thetechhacker will not be responsible if your device gets damaged during the process.
- First backup all your contacts, and SMS.
- Backup Call Logs on Android Phone
- Enable USB debugging mode from Settings->Applications->Development->USB debugging in your device.
How To Root LG G3 Android Smartphone
1.First, download the IO Root Tool and place it on the desktop and extract it.
2.Remove the SIM or put your phone in Airplane mode to avoid interruptions and connect the phone to your computer using USB cable.
3.Open the extracted folder on your desktop and run the “root.bat” file.
4.After clicking on file it opens the command prompt window, now press Enter key on your keyboard.
5.It will do the rest of the process and device reboots, enjoy the rooted LG G3 after rebooting.
For the confirmation check the SuperSU app on the device or install the Root Checker app.
That’s it, if you followed all the above steps one by one, you would have a rooted LG G3 in your hand.