Guide to Install Twrp Recovery & Root LG G3 on Android 6.0
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The LG G3 smartphone was launched in may 2014. The phone comes with a touch screen of 5.50 inches with a resolution of 2560 by 1440 pixels. LG G3 is powered by 2.46ghz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 801 and comes with 2 GB of ram. The phone 16gb of internal storage which can be expanded up to 128 GB. The LG G3 comes with 13 megapixels in the back and a front shooter from 2.1 megapixels for selfies. 3000mah removable battery. It measures 146.30 x 74.60 x 8.90 (height x width x thickness) and weighs 149.00 grams. Connectivity options include wi-fi, GPS, Bluetooth, NFC, FM, 4g.
This post about Root LG G3 on Android 6.0 and Install Twrp Recovery after update Android 6.0 Marshmallow so let’s go the guide.
- Download And Install The Latest LG USB Drivers On Your Computer From -> Here
- Enable USB Debugging On Your LG G3 From Setting Developer Option.
- Unlock The Bootloader From Lg Official Website -> Here
- Download The ADB Tool Recovery.img & Super-Su.Zip.
- Read Instruction.
⇓⇓Download Adb Tool G3-Recovery & Super-Su ⇓⇓
Download Latest G3 Twrp -> twrp-18.104.22.168
Instruction To Install Twrp On G3 :-
1-> Download “Latest-Fastboot-Adb-Tool.zip” Unzip It .
2-> Download Latest twrp Img and rename to “recovery.img” .
3-> Copy “recovery.img” To Latest-Fastboot-Adb-Tool Folder .
4-> Connect your phone to pc via usb cable .
5-> Now type or paste this commands then hit enter .
adb reboot bootloader
“Phone will reboot to fastboot mode after do this”
“Flash twrp temporarily for root ”
fastboot boot recovery.img
“Flash twrp permanent ”
fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
“reboot your phone”
Your Phone Now With Custom Recovery.
Instruction To Root On G3:-
1-> Copy “SuperSU v2.65.Zip” to SD or Phone Storage.
2-> Turn Of your phone.
3-> Turn it to Recovery Mode By.
- hold (Volume Down and power buttons together).
- Once the LG logo appears, release the keys and then press them again.
4-> Go To Install Navigate To “SuperSU v2.65.Zip” Swipe To Install.
5-> Reboot & Check Root Permission With Root Checker.