A Guide to Rooting LG G2


If you are ready to root your LG G2, you are in luck! Rooting your Android device has never been safer, faster or easier!

Follow the 4 easy steps below and that’s it.

Four Easy Steps to Root Your LG G2

Download the Rooting Software

Download the Rooting Software

Enable USB Debugging

Enable USB debugging mode on your Android device.

Connect to Computer

Connect your Samsung Galaxy S3 to your computer via standard USB cable

Run One Click Root

Run the One Click Root software , and it will take care of the rest!

Faster Performance

Preserve Battery Life

WiFi Tethering

Access Blocked Features

Install Custom ROMs

Access More Apps

A Guide To Rooting LG G2 With One Click Root

Rooting LG G2 With One Click Root


We’ve specially designed One Click Root to root the LG G2. Today, we believe it’s the safest, fastest, and most effective way to root LG G2s on multiple carriers and model numbers.

Our software has been certified to work with the LG G2 on multiple carriers and networks, including all of the following model numbers: D802 (International), D803 (Canada), D805 (Latin America), D800 (AT&T), LS980 (Sprint), D801 (T-Mobile), VS980 (Verizon).

If for whatever reason you are unable to root your LG G2 using One Click Root, then we’ll provide a full refund. We guarantee our software will safely root your LG G2 without any damages. If it doesn’t, we’ll refund your purchase: every penny.

Need a quick refresher on how to use our software? Here’s how easy it is to root an LG G2:

Step 1) Download One Click Root

Step 2) Enable USB Debugging mode

Step 3) Connect LG G3 To Computer via Standard USB cable

Step 4) Run One Click Root

When we called our software “One Click” root, we really meant it. It takes just one click of your mouse button to root your device in just five minutes or less.



The LG G2 was the best Android device LG had released in a long time. It blew away LG’s expectations and introduced a whole new generation of fans to LG.

Within just four months of its release, nearly 3 million G2 units had been sold around the world. Today, the G2 is available on 130 carriers around the world. Despite being released way back in September of 2013, the LG G2 remains one of the most popular Android devices in the world today.

It’s also one of the most popular Android devices to root. The LG G2 has good specs, including 2GB of RAM and a Qualcomm Krait 400 2.26 GHz quad-core processor. However, like many smartphones, it’s starting to show its age.

Today, G2 users are experiencing poor battery life compared to when they first purchased the phone. Many users are also experiencing performance problems when using modern apps. Some users are just frustrated about how long it takes the G2 to receive the latest Android updates – like for KitKat and Lollipop.

In any case, rooting the LG G2 is an easy way to enjoy a wide range of powerful benefits.


What To Do After Rooting LG G2

Rooting your LG G2 is like taking the leash off your dog at the dog park: suddenly, there’s a whole new world of sights, sounds, and smells to explore.

Some of the best things to do after rooting your LG G2 include installing ClockworkMod Recovery to replace the stock recovery on your G2, which makes it easier to flash custom ROMs and perform other root-only tasks.

Speaking of installing custom ROMs, there are popular custom ROMs like CyanogenMod you can install to instantly improve your G2’s UI and performance.

You can also increase your internal memory by uninstalling LG bloatware apps like LG Smart World, LG File Manager, LG Email, and LG Backup.

You can install a new theme that makes your LG G2 look like a brand new Android 5.0 Lollipop device. Or you can install popular battery savings apps like Greenify. Whatever you do, you’re about to enjoy a bunch of new features and functions thanks to the power of rooting Android.


Safely root your Android device. Our technicians are certified and can safely perform a variety of troubleshooting services in addition to rooting your android device. We guarantee that your data will remain safe when we root, unroot, or repair your Android device. If we cannot safely root your device, we’ll provide a full refund. Guaranteed.