Root LG G2, G3, G pro, G Flex with ioRoot [Guide]

IOroot was originally a Windows script to Root LG G2 on 4.2.2 made by IOMonster. Here we share step by step guide for how to Root LG smartphone with ioRoot. It is clear that this tool support various other LG devices on Android 4.0 – 4.4.2. The Supported devices include LG Optimus G, G2, G3, G Pro, G Pro 2, G Flex and G Pad and few more.

Now LG device owners that now you can root LG smartphones “LG G2, LG G3, Optimus G, G Flex, G Pro etc” and tablets with ioRoot Tool. (See ioRoot Supported LG device List)

Root LG G2, G3, G pro, G Flex with ioRoot Tool (Step by Step Guide)

One-Click Root

You can Root LG G device by both one-click and Manual root methods. With one click root you have to first install LG USB drivers on PC. When drivers installed, enable your device on debugging mode, (Note: Accept RSA certificate to allow ADB access. Not accepting RSA will cause ADB device to show as “offline” Verizon users must also enable “Ethernet” for USB mode). Download ioRoot zip file on your pc and extract it, connect your device and launch Root.bat from extracted ioRoot tool and follow screen instructions to complete the process.

Command Prompt (Manual)

Manually procedure require command prompt so for that follow below step by step guide to complete the process.

Step 1: Run ioroot.bat,, ioroot.tool or open command prompt/terminal, cd into /ioroot/bts/ and type; Code: “adb reboot recovery“.

( Note: If you DO NOT have this menu in stock recovery IOroot will not work for you!)

Step 2: Select “Apply update from ADB” w/power button. Sideload mode is now enabled.

Step 3: Continue with the script or manually sideload; Code: “adb sideload” now you can see “DAT ROOT means JAILBREAK!” its done.

Disclaimer: Rooting of device may void the device warranty and is not claimable. The developer “IOMonster” & shall not be liable for any damage or brick of device due to wrong rooting or Any Losses due to third Party’s Communication Error, Technical Problem, Device failure or any other issue. So try it at your own risk

Source:  Thanks to XDA