Rooting the LG G Pad F 8.0 is easy and all the info you need can be found in this post. Read the entire tutorial and now you can easily root it by using all the steps I’ve listed in this article. If you cannot understand any instructions I’ve listed, then you should use the comments section to ask for our help.
After you successfully root your LG G Pad F 8.0 you will gain “superuser” permissions which allow you to take the most out of your tablet. You will be able to install a custom recovery then flash custom ROMs for more software features, custom kernels for improved battery life and performance, update the baseband for better call signal and reception, or new themes to customize the interface of your device. Furthermore, there are certain Google Play apps that require root in order to grant you access to all their features.
Follow the step by step guide shared below to root your LG G Pad F 8.0.
- Download the rooting package to your tab. Once done, install the kingroot.apk on your device. Please note that you have to check mark “Unknown Sources” from Settings-> Security which will allow you to install apps other than from Google Play Store.
- Next, open the app. Now tap on “Start Root” to start the rooting procedure on your LG G Pad F 8.0. Rest of the process is automated and it will take some time.
- IF the root is successful then an app named “Kinguser” will be installed on your phone.
I hope that this guide helped you root your tablet device. In case you have any other questions or you got stuck during the root process, then you should post in comments and we will try to help you. If the root wasn’t applied, then you should repeat the entire tutorial once again and the second time I’m sure that you’ll manage to complete it.