Owner of any Android device that have bootloader unlockable and have a custom recovery for itself, then your device is all set for the world’s easiest root method to get root access. We consider LG V10 as the ultimate revolutionary phone of 2015. After going through LG V10 bootloaders unlocking and installing the custom Recovery we go through the LG V10 Root process.
SuperSU is a superuser manager app developed by Chainfire, it give root permissions on your device once it’s rooted. But thanks to Chainfire, you can flash the SuperSU zip via a custom recovery and get root access on any Android device with the help of recovery flashable zip file for SuperSU which contains the SuperSU app and the binaries required to get root access. Download the latest SuperSU file from the link below and follow the instructions on how to flash it using TWRP recovery.
Preparing your LG V10 Phone
- Device should be fully charged up to 100%.
- Backup all the important data to some external storage.
- USB drivers for device should be installed on the PC.
- Make a Nandroid backup of the current ROM in case the new version does not work properly you can restore it.
- Custom recovery like TWRP must be installed on the device. Follow the process here.
- Device bootloader must be unlocked.
- USB debugging mode should be enabled on the device. Go to Settings > Developer options > USB debugging mode.
Procedure to Root LG V10 Phone:
- Download the SuperSU zip file from here.
- Transfer the SuperSU zip file above to your device internal or external storage.
- Boot your device into recovery mode by using appropriate hardware buttons, mostly Volume Down + Power buttons.
- Now click on “Install” and select the SuperSU zip file.
- Now “Swipe to Confirm Flash” on the bottom of screen to begin the process.
- Now select “Reboot System” option once the previous process is completed.
Note: This guide doesn’t work on your carrier based LG V10 smartphone. So don’t try on those phones, you might brick your device.
That is it root process is now completed you can check the status by downloading the Root Checker app from the Google play store.