One-Click-Root Script Released for LG Devices on Lollipop and KitKat

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As we all know, depending on the Android OS that runs on your devices and depending on each model of your LG branded smartphone, there are different root methods available. Moreover, each root solution is compatible with only one version of the Android OS and most of these root exploits works only for certain devices. Well, thanks to those of xda-developers you can now use a general and intuitive root solution that works on any LG device (including LG G3, LG G2 and LG F60) as long as Lollipop or KitKat platforms are involved.

So, in a few words a new one-click-root exploit has been released. This new root software is available only for the LG branded smartphones and tablets and according to the devs and to the users who have already tested the exploit on several devices, the unlock method works without problems. Being a one click root solution, the new exploit can be easily and safely used and managed even by newbies who are on their first unlock experience.

However, do note that the root process still remains an unofficial Android operations, so if you choose to use this new one click root exploit, you will lose your LG warranty – by ensuring root access you are removing factory and default restrictions from your smartphone, thus losing the warranty comes naturally. Anyway, the best is that after unlocking your handset you will be able to tweak it by completing procedures such as: installing custom recovery images (like CWM or TWRP recovery), updating with custom ROMs (such as CM12, AOKP or ParanoidAndroid), remove bloatware, overclock the CPU and lot more.

If you have decided to use this one click root method, then just access this page, download the root exploit, unzip it on your computer and run the tool for unlocking your LG device. As mentioned already, the app is compatible with any LG smartphone or tablet and works perfectly with Lollipop and KitKat versions of the Android platform. A detailed step by step guide can be accessed here.

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