If you are a proud owner of LG G3, you have probably heard some talks about rooting. If you perform it on your device, you will get a limitless access to literally all systems on your phone. That is very tempting, but the question is how doing it.
If you have a LG G3 with a KitKat Android (that would be versions 4.4, 4.4.1, 4.4.2 and 4.4.3), a very good choice would be Towelroot. It is free software created by a hacker called Geohot, and it works on almost every device with an Android KitKat.
Of course, before you go rooting your brand new LG G3, here are some things you should consider. First of all, most countries allow rooting, but this is rather new area and you should still check how it goes with the laws in your country. Second, be aware that the LG G3 rooting may void your warranty. Is it worth it is up to you to decide. Make sure you backup all data you have on your phone, just in case they disappear during the process.
If you decided to root your LG G3 Towelroot is a very fast and simple method, as you will notice in step by step instructions that follow.
- Download Towelroot. It is easy to find it online. You may download it directly to your phone, or download an .apk version to your PC, and then transfer it on your LG G3.
- On your phone, go to “settings” and make sure that it allows installing applications from unknown sources and from third parties.
- Run Towellroot. There will be an icon in your application page of your phone. You will notice sign “make it ra1n”. Tap on it, and it will start rooting. Be patient. It won´t take long and in a few minutes you will have a rooted LG G3.
Since you will have a limitless access to everything (and I mean literally everything) on your phone, remember that with big power comes a big responsibility. Or, to apply it in this case, be careful what you are doing, since you may cause unimprovable damage to your device.