Rooting is the process of telling the Android system that you want full access to everything on the phone. What this does is allow us to then change anything we want on the device, from the Android version (through a custom recovery and ROMs) to removing apps that we otherwise couldn’t uninstall, to adding free wifi tethering in some cases. Thankfully, the new LG G2 wasn’t very hard to root and the procedure is quite easy, even for the most novice of users. Simply install the drivers, download the rooting package an XDA developer created and run it. Ta da! Here’s how to root the LG G2, regardless of what version.
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