How to Root LG Devices with LG One Click Root Script?
LG Electronics Inc. is a well-known South Korean multinational company headquartered in Yeouido-dong, Seoul. It has come up with a wide variety of the best quality smartphones and has been known to give the best technical and customer support to its users. LG also partnered with the search engine giant Google, for its range of exclusive smartphone range recently.
Now, we all are aware that almost all the Android devices, whether it be LG, Samsung etc, keep a lot of options and commands controlled so as to prevent you from being the sole administrator of the device. Even the most expensive smartphones have hidden commands which you are unable to access. This is where rooting plays the key role and hands you the access to install custom ROMs, deleting bloatware, undervolt the device, customize UI, delete the pre-installed apps and a lot more. Hence rooting is the most important and useful task in all the Android devices. Today, in this article we will discuss rooting of LG devices using the One Click Root script and also its best alternative, the Dr.Fone Wondershare toolkit for Android users. This will help you get the ultimate power and control over your device and gain access to its hidden layers.
Let us get to know more about these two methods in the parts below.
Part 1: What is LG One Click Root Script?
Rooting is a simple but a hectic process which makes the users wanting a one click method/script which would successfully finish the task. This one click root script works on all LG devices like the LG G3, LG G2, LG Spirit, LG Volt and many more. The one click root script has been updated to version 1.3 and has now graphical UI. This new tool is extremely easy to use, simply install the tool, run it, connect your LG device to your personal computer, run the tool in it and click on the Start button. The one click root script is an executable file which is in a format that the computer can work upon directly, hence it is advised that you must scan these file types before running them on your computer as they may carry malware and viruses.
How to get started:
- Backup all your important data on the phone.
- Your LG device should be at the least 50-60% charged or the rooting process will get interrupted.
- Download the LG one click root script version 1.3.
- In case the 1.3 version does not work for you, download the lower version 1.2.
- Download and install the USB drivers on your computer. Skip if already done.
- Lastly, enable USB debugging mode on your LG device, go to phone setting > Developer options > USB debugging.
Once you have followed the above instructions, you are ready to root your LG device using the one click root script.
Part 2: How to root LG devices with LG One Click Root?
Now that we are ready to root our LG device using the one click root script, let us look at the steps that we should follow:
Step No 1: Extract or unzip the downloaded one click root script version 1.3 or version 1.2 file and install it on your personal computer.
Step No 2: In the second step, you have to connect your LG device to your PC with the help of a USB cable and make sure that your LG device is detected.
Step No 3 : Now browse the installed one click root script for LG and run it for version 1.3 or double click on the LG Root Script.bat file for version 1.2 and run it.
Step No 4 : Simply click on the Start button and follow the instructions you can view on the screen until the process finishes.
As told above, if version 1.3 does not work properly on your device, use version 1.2.
Step No 5 : Keep following the instructions available on screen and you will be able to successfully finish the process.
Important debugging methods:
- If the device is somehow not recognised, switch between MTP and PTP options in developer options.
- If MSVCR100.dll missing error displays, install the Visual C++ re-distributable on your PC.
- Once again try any one of the above script.
That's all you need to do and you LG device will be rooted to become more user friendly. Congratulations!
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