How to Root LG G3

Having some difficulties in rooting your LG G3? Here is a simple tutorial that walks you through the step by step procedures on how to root your LG G3.

LG G3 is one of the most beautiful android phones ever made by LG prior to its introduction. LG G3 was first introduced to the market in June, 2014 and comes with android 4.4.2 Kitkat bundled with many other stunning features.

Rooting Android, What Does it Mean?
All untampered android devices come with some secured/protected partitions. This protected partitions prevent some applications from gaining access to the crucial aspects/parts of the android devices' system.

Meanwhile, rooting android device is the process of removing the locks on the protected partitions of the android device system.

Why Root Android Device?
Rooting your android device makes it possible for you to perform a lot of activities you might not be able to perform ordinarily on the phone.

Activities like changing the phone's fonts, tweaking the IMEI, using some VPN apps, changing or hiding your IPs among others.

Any Side Effects Rooting your Android Device?
Sure. There are some side effects. However, almost all the side effects can be over-ridden or avoided if you desist from going beyond your limits.

The simple rule to avoid all the side effects is "Do not do what you are not sure of and do not install apps you can't handle"

How to Root your LG G3, Now

1- Download StumpROOT App from here:
StumpRoot is a trusted application you can rely on in rooting your LG G3 since most other rooting applications tends to either brick the phone or fail in rooting.

2- Install StumpRoot On your LG G3:
Once the download is complete, proceed to installing the application on your phone.
Remember to enable "Install Non-market App" option on your android device.

3- Run/Lunch the stumproot application on your phone:
Now, locate the stumproot application icon on your phone, open the application. Run it and wait patiently until it complete the processes.

4- Download SU Manager from PlayStore or Install it:
All things being equal, if stumproot is able to successful compile and install the necessary script, it would instruct you to install SU Manager (SuperSU or Super User) from the PlayStore.

At this point, you may download either of them from the PlayStore or install either of them straight away (if you the .apk file on your phone).
And by this, you have successfully rooted your LG G3.

Things to NOTE:
i- For a successful rooting operation, you should factory reset your LG G3 before you attempt rooting it with Stumproot.

ii- You should make sure that you backup your files before you proceed as rooting of android devices are not mostly determinative.