Unless you bought the LG G3 before a certain date, you most likely have a version of Android that can no longer be rooted. So today I wanted to take you through the step by step guide on how to downgrade your LG G3 so you can root it.
Since the release of the LG G3, a lot of people have complained about an over sharpening effect that LG has decided to use. After months of testing the issue can now be fixed with a simple custom kernel and I will show you how.
The team that brought us Stump(Team Codefire), the one click root tool for the LG G3 is at it again. Today I’m going to show you an incredibly easy walk through(one click method) that will install a custom recovery (TWRP) on every variant of the LG G3.
There’s been some nice development starting to happen for all variants of the LG G3. Today we’re going to follow a step by step process to obtain root access on multiple variants including the Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T and the Sprint LG G3.
One of the first things us Android enthusiasts do when we gain root access to our new smartphone is remove traces of Carrier IQ. Today we’re going to go through the step by step process on how to stop this 3rd party company from logging and selling the diagnostic information of your LG G3(D850).