New Root Exploit Available for LG G Vista

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LG G Vista might be the perfect smartphone for you, especially if you are looking for good performances on an affordable price. Also LG G Vista might be a good alternative for other expensive handsets such as LG G3. Now, if you own this device, then you should know that a new root solution has been made available by those of xda-developers.

With the new root exploit you can easily unlock your LG G Vista using stock recovery, without installing other complex and risky third party apps. The new root method works on any Android firmware and ensures a safe and secured unlock operation that was especially designed to work for the LG G Vista.

Therefore, if you are thinking in improving the performances of your device, then you should use this new app. On a rooted smartphone you can get rid of bloatware and in built factory and carrier restrictions and you can install tools that requires root access, you can add custom recovery images, flash custom ROMs, overclock your Android smartphone and perform other customization and optimization procedures.

Anyway, you should be careful when thinking in rooting your LG G Vista with this new root exploit. Like any other root solution, this operation will be unofficial as unlocking your phone has nothing to do with Google or with LG. Moreover, the warranty of your device will get void so you will not be able to reclaim the same in case you manage to brick or damage your Vista.

For the root process you will have to download the new root exploit from here. Then, place it on your computer and flash it through recovery mode. That’s it, in the end, your LG G Vista will be rooted and prepared for other custom operations.

So, that’s all for now. Of course, if you need our assistance during the unlock process, don’t hesitate and contact us – we will develop a proper step by step guide in the shortest time possible.

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Andy Stevenson

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