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This root guide is for the LG Connect 4G running Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
Before We Begin
- You’ll need to enable USB debugging on your device. Go to Settings, then Applications, then Development. Check the box next to USB Debugging.
- You’ll need to download and install the official LG Connect 4G USB drivers on your Windows PC, if you haven’t already.
- You’ll need to download the root package to your PC and extract the contents.
- Make sure your LG Connect 4G is at least 80% charged. Full charge is preferable.
How To Root LG Connect 4G
- Connect your LG Connect 4G to your computer using USB cord.
- Find where you extracted the root package on your PC and double-click AIO-LGConnect.bat.
- Pay attention to what the command prompt window tells you. Select the root only option in the command prompt window and press the Enter key.
- Rooting will not start. Be patient. It will do everything automatically.
- Once the rooting is completed, your device should reboot.
- When your LG Connect 4G has finished rebooting, open up the Google Play Store and install BusyBox.
- After BusyBox is finished installing, open it and the app will prompt you to grant it superuser access.
- Grant BusyBox superuser privileges.
- After BusyBox is given superuser privilages, you’ve successfully rooted your LG Connect 4G.
Enjoy a rooted LG Connect 4G.