Rooting your LG G3 (D855) is not that hard and this guide is its owners to learn how to do it without too much work. Also, your LG G3 should have the TWRP Recovery software installed.
The Android 6.0 Marshmallow update has been rolled out to the LG G3 via an over-the-air update, but if you haven’t received it yet, there’s a solution for you. You can manually install the Marshmallow update on your LG G3 using the Marshmallow KDZ file available on official LG site.
Rooting your LG G3 (D855) will afford you more control over your phone’s speed and will allow you to really push your phone harder. You can also optimize your phone’s memory, resulting in better performance. Apps that eliminate redundancy and improve automation also tend to work better on rooted phones.
How To Root And Install TWRP LG G3 (D855) on Android 6.0 Marshmallow
- Download and Unzip the ROOT G3 D855 MM.zip file, open the folder and transfer the Hacer Permisivo.zip, KingRoot and AutoRec.APK files to your LG G3.
- Open the file manager app and install Kingroot.apk on the phone. Now launch the app from app drawer and root your phone.
- Once rooted, install the Autorec MM.apk too.
- Launch Autorec and install TWRP on your LG G3 running Marshmallow ROM.
- When the custom recovery is installed, your phone will automatically reboot into recovery mode.
- Tap the Install button, navigate to Hacer Permisivo.zip and Swipe to install.
- Now go back to the main menu in TWRP and tap the Reboot System button.
- Now transfer the SuperSU v2.65.zip file to the internal storage of your LG G3.
- Then manually boot your device into recovery mode:
-Power off the device.
-Press and hold the Volume Down and Power buttons at the same time.
-Once the LG logo appears, release the Volume Down and Power keys and then press them again.
-In the recovery mode, tap the Install button, choose the SuperSU v2.65.zip file and flash it on your device.
-Get back to the main menu and reboot the device once the installation is completed.
Congratulations! You have just rooted your LG G3 D855 running on the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow firmware. When you root you phone, you gain root access thanks to SuperSU which allows other apps to access system files.