In this post, we’re going to root your LG Optimus L70, Rooting will allow you install the apps which requires to work root access and moreover you will be able flash new custom ROM’s on your smartphone. As always, that rooting a device may void your warranty, and you do so at your own risk.
The L70 hosts a 4.5 inch IPS LCD screen and comes with Android 4.4.2 KitKat with LG’s custom skin and Knock Code. Under the display lies the Snapdragon 200 with the 1.2GHz dual core processor, 1GB of RAM, and 4GB of internal storage. LG has made the addition of a microSD card slot capable of taking up to a 32GB card. There were three models of the L70 made. The D320N has a 5MP rear facing camera and the inclusion of NFC, the D320 does not have NFC, and the D320F8 has an upgraded 8MP.
Jellydroid will not be held responsible for any kind of damage or mishap occurred to your Nexus 6 during or after the rooting process using framaroot or Kingroot Root method. Proceed at your own risk.
Before Getting Started:
Backup all your important data and settings using a custom recovery like CWM / TWRP before proceeding to the rooting instructions. In case anything goes wrong then you’ll be able to restore your data.
Check the battery level of your L70 device, it should be charged at least about 80% to avoid unexpected shutdowns while rooting the phone.
Method 1: Root LG Optimus L70 Using TowelRoot
- Make Sure you have enable the permission to install the apps from the sources other than Google Play. Go to Menu > Settings > Security > and check Unknown Sources.
- Download and Install it towelroot.apk
- Now launch Towelroot app
- Tap on “Make it Ra1r” option
- You’re not fully rooted at the moment, you must download and install SuperSU apk or download from Google Play Store. Update the SU Binary if prompted:
It was easy to root your LG Optimus L70 with towelroot, right? Let us know how you plan to use root privileges on your Optimus L70.
Method 2: Root LG Optimus L70 Using Kingroot
- Before installing kingroot, you have to disable the internet on the phone first
- Open the APK file with your default file manager
- If your device displays Installation Blocked or something like this message then Go To Setting – Security and there you can tick the Unknown sources box.
- When the installation is complete, enable again your mobile internet
- Click “try root” button to start rooting
- If your device is compatible, it will finish rooting after few minutes. If rooted successfully, you will see rooted screen which means you device has been successfully rooted.
- To become more sure, you can go to google play, search and download Root Checker app to Check if the Root is successful.