There is now a better, faster, and simpler way to root your G2, thanks to one of our favorite Android hackers, Justin Case, and it will work on all LG variants.
Rooting is a technical term known for unlocking your Android devices by gaining full admin rights access to your Android OS smartphone or tablet. It has the same meaning as the term jailbreak for IOS devices. By rooting your android phones or tablets, you get Super User permission and the privilege to gain access to full control over your device. With a “rooted” android device, you can customize almost anything from blocking ads, removing bloatware to speeding up your device or conserve battery more effectively. To root your android phone, you can use one of the most popular and recommended root tool in the market called KingRoot. With KingRoot – One Click Root, you can turn your phone or tablet to rooted device with ease.
KingRoot is a root tool for lazy people who just want to get root access but don’t want to flash any third party Recovery into their lovely device. It can work on almost all device from Android 2.x – 5.0. Working of KingRoot based on system exploit. The most suitable Root strategy will be deployed from cloud to your device according to your ROM information. So, it’s necessary to keep net connection during root process.
How To Root LG G2 LS980 (Sprint) With 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.