Why Should You Root LG G7 ThinQ?
- Remove Bloatware (Unwanted System Applications)
- You can install custom ROM and custom kernel on your LG G7 ThinQ device for faster and better performance.
- You will be able to update your LG G7 ThinQ Android Phone to Latest Android version.
- A rooted device can remove annoying ads immediately.
- Rooting or flashing recovery’s will void your warranty and can brick your device if done wrong.
This Rooting procedure is only for the LG G7 ThinQ model only, so do not use it on any other smartphones. Rooting or flashing recovery’s will void your warranty and can brick your device if done wrong. If your Android phone is newly bought or still enjoys a long-period warranty, think twice before rooting. In fact, some Android device manufacturers go out of their own ways to prevent you from rooting. As always, you do this at your own risk. If your phone bricked somehow, kbloghub.com is not responsible for any damage to your Android Smartphone.
- Make sure to Download & install the Minimal ADB and Fasboot.
- Make Sure bootloader is Unlocked of the LG G7 ThinQ.
- Enable USB Debugging & OEM unlock on LG G7 ThinQ, Navigate to Settings » About phone » Build number and tap it 6-7 times to enable Developer options on your device. After doing that, return to Settings »Developer options and enable USB Debugging and OEM unlocking;
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- After unlocking the bootloader, we will continue on flashing the patched boot image.
- Download the patched ramdisk image file from the above download link and Move that file into the ADB folder on PC.
- Now Boot your device into fastboot mode, Press & Hold Power button + Volume Keys simultaneously for sometimes. Don’t release the buttons until you see the fastboot screen.
- Now connect your device to the PC/Laptop via USB data cable.
- Navigate to the folder where you installed the ADB and press and hold shift then right-click on white space and Select “Open command window here”. (Linux and Mac users can simply launch a Terminal to use adb.)
- You can check a list of the connected device by typing the following command.