LG recently announced its new flagship device, the LG G2. Powered by a Snapdragon 800 processor, the device runs on Android 4.2.2 and continues with the latest trend among high end smartphones of not having an external memory card slot. The phone will provide tough competition to the Moto X smartphone that was launched by Motorola even though the G2 is expected to be priced higher. We have already seen what is rooting and the purpose behind it. This article will now explain how you can Root your LG G2.
- LG G2 running on stock Android 4.2.2
- LG G2 drivers installed
- LG G2 Root package
- USB Debugging enabled
Now follow the below steps to root your device.
Disclaimer: Follow the instructions at your own risk. If the device gets damaged, the writer or the owner of the site must not be held responsible.
- Make a backup of your data.
- Download the Root package zip file to your computer and extract its contents to a folder.
- Make sure you have enabled installation of non-Play Store applications. If not, you can enable it by going to Settings > Application Settings > Unknown Sources.
- Connect your device to the computer while it is powered on.
- Now go to the folder in which you extracted the contents of the zip file and double click on Root LG G2.exe.
- Follow the on screen instructions and press any key to continue.
- Next complete the process to install busybox and superuser.
- Reboot your device once the script finishes execution.
That’s it, you have successfully Rooted your LG G2!