How To Root All LG Devices using Stump Root Tool [One-Click Root]

Rooting an Android device usually by flashing a recovery, unlocking bootloader or installing ADB on a PC is somewhat tricky for the beginners. But if we talk about any rooting tool like Framaroot, Towel Root, RootMe Tool or Stump Root, etc then these One-Click rooting tools are getting much popularity nowadays to root Android devices because these tools are very easy to use and you don’t even need a PC. All these rooting apps support a significant number of Android devices.

Rooting LG devices has become much simple now via One-Click Stump Root tool. Here we’ve a step by step guide that how to root LG any Smartphone / Tablet using Stump Root Tool. Thanks to the XDA-Developer jcase who has developed the Universal Stump Root APK One-Click Tool to root all LG devices released since 2012 till date. It’s a natural thing for an Android user to think about its rooting even after purchasing a new Smartphone or Tablet. Rooting enables to install Custom Mods, Frameworks, Kernels, Custom ROMs, third-party root apps and recoveries. There are a lot of apps available for Android OS that need a root access. By rooting your Android device, you can enjoy the best visual customization, system performance and optimisations.

Root LG Devices using Stump Root APK Tool

Warning:

Stump Root is a root exploit, and that makes low-level changes to LG device. Backup your data first in case something goes wrong, however, this tool should not cause data loss. Proceed at your risk.

Download Stump Root APK

Download Stump Root v1.2.0

How To Root All LG Devices using Stump Root Tool:

Step No 1: – Download Stump Root from the above-given link directly on your device or on a PC.

Step No 2: – If you have downloaded the .APK file on your PC then copies it to your LG device.

Step No 3: – Allow Unknown Sources option by navigating to Settings > Security > Unknown Sources.

Step No 4: – Now open File Manager app and install the .APK file.

Step No 5: – After installation, launch Stump Root from app drawer and tap the Grind button. Stump Root will root your device within no time.

Step No 6: – Next, just Reboot your device.

Step No 7: – Finally, install SuperSU app by Chainfire from the Play Store once your device boots up for managing permissions.

SuperSU
SuperSU
Developer: Codingcode
Price: Free

Step No 8: – You can check that your device is either rooted successfully or not, simply download and install a root checker app and run it.

Root Checker
Root Checker
Developer: joeykrim
Price: Free+

Step No 9: – After verifying the root access on your phone, uninstall Stump Root app.

You have successfully rooted your LG smartphone with Stump Root Tool. Let us know in the comments section below about your experience and thoughts about One-Click Root Tools.

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28 Comments

  1. If
    You say “all lg devices” then why won’t it even download stumproot on my lg g3(5.0.1). I am a little confused.

    1. Patched means u took a ota update and lg blocked it..stumproot works on 4.4.2 only and u have to brute force it

  2. If i root my lg g3 stylus is it possible to unroot it. My mobile has 6 months of warrenty till date now if i unroot it will warranty expires?

  3. I would really like to try this app on my LG transpire. But I’m a little confused. The title of this page says for all LG devices. But in the comments I see almost every person having issues getting it to work. Or ruining there phone after the download. Has anyone else successfully got it to work for a transpire?

  4. Hi from Colombia.
    Althouht stump needed bruteforce to root mi LG-G3, method was successfull and now I have root access.
    Tested with LG-D855P and Android 4.4.2.
    Greetings.

  5. I have LG-H540, but not supported, please help me, to add my device in this app, and tell me if already done, thx

  6. I have LG-H540, but not supported, please help me, to add my device in this app, and tell me if already done, thx

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