In this tutorial checkout how to Root LG G3 D855 running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow firmware – Complete Guide
LG has rolled out the Android 6.0 Marshmallow firmware update for LG G3 and this update brings all the features of Marshmallow to LG G3 alongside LG’s own customizations. It has been a while the update is rolled out the device and till now many G3 users might be running on Marshmallow. If you haven’t yet received the update then just go to Settings > About Phone and check for Software Updates. So, Assuming that you are already running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow, we brought this tutorial on how to Root LG G3 D855 Smartphone running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
After following this tutorial you will have proper root access on your device and you can enjoy the advance features that rooting an Android Smartphone offers. You can also enjoy the Xposed Framework with additional customization and productivity features.
So without any further ado, let’s proceed to Root LG G3 on Android 6.0 Marshmallow firmware.
First thing first, make sure to follow the below listed pre-requisites to avoid interruptions and also damage to your LG G3.
- Backup all of your important data to PC or any safe place. Below are some of the methods which can help you in taking backup of some parts of your data.
Backup and Restore SMS
Backup and Restore Contacts
Backup and restore Call Logs
Backup files stored on internal storage to PC
- Charge LG G3 to at least 65%.
- Enable USB Debugging from Developer Options.
- Unlock Bootloader on LG G3 (Procedure is same as LG G4).
- Install TWRP / CWM Custom Recovery on LG G3 (Procedure).
- Create a Nandroid Backup of LG G3.
Disclaimer: Rooting LG G3 voids its warranty and should be done only when if you understand what you are doing. So proceed with the below steps at your own risk and we are not responsible for any damage to your device.
SuperSU v2.65 – Link
How to Root LG G3 D885 on Android 6.0 Marshmallow:
Step 1: Download the SuperSU zip package from the above downloads section.
Step 2: Transfer it to the root of your device’s internal or external storage.
Step 3: Boot LG G3 into Recovery Mode.
- Power off LG G3.
- Press and hold Volume Down and power buttons together.
- Once the LG logo appears, release the keys and then press them again.
Step 4: Once you are in CWM/ TWRP Recovery follow the tutorial listed here and install SuperSU zip package on LG G3.
Step 5: Reboot LG G3 and check for Root Permissions using Root Checker App.
That’s it! Now you are done with the rooting LG G3 D885 running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow firmware.
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