Rooting your device may seem difficult. It’s not like that. Here we will show you how to root LG K10 (2018) easily. If you failed, then you can try the advanced way also. Rooting your device gives you lots of advantages. But, it’s a risky procedure and you must be careful.
What’s about LG K10 (2018)?
It’s one of the new smartphones LG in 2018. This smartphone operates with Android 7(Nougat). As a specification, it has 5.3 inches display, 13 MP camera, fingerprint sensor and more. It’s a sequel to LG K10’s previews version.
How to Root LG K10 (2018)
At first, we would recount you to use one-click rooting apps on LG K10 (2018). It’s a safe method to root your device. Here you won’t lose any of your personal data. Most of all here’s no risk to damage your device. If anything goes wrong, still your phone will be safe. But, charge your device more than 30% before starting.
Step 1: Download the latest version of KingoRoot or Root Genius.
Step 2: Install the app on your computer and open it.
Step 3: Connect your device to the computer via USB cord.
Step 4: If everything is set up correctly, click on Root button.
Done! Your device will get rooted! At the screen, you will see the successful message. If you failed with one app, try another app. In case you failed with each app, then you have to root your device manually.
Before root your LG K10 (2018) mannualy, you must flash TWRP custom recovery on your device. To flash a custom recovery, use this procedure.
How to Root LG K10 (2018) Manually
Here you must be careful before starting. You may lose your potential data after rooting. So, take a full backup of your data & app. Also, you must turn on the USB debugging option at Developer mood of your device. Lastly, charge your device at 80% or more and start the process.
Step 1: Install the MTK USB drivers on your computer.
Step 2: Connect your device to the computer device.
Step 3: Download the Magisk tool and transfer it to your device’s memory.
Step 4: Then download & install the Minimal ADB & Fastboot tool on your computer.
Step 5: Launch the Minimal ADB & Fastboot tool and you will get the command window.
Step 6: On this command window execute this code ‘adb reboot-bootloader’ to boot your device into recovery.
Step 7: From the recovery screen, go to Install and locate the Magisk file.
Step 8: After completing flashing, Reboot your system.
Now your device is rooted successfully. To check it use the app Root Checker(Root Status). If your device rooted, then you can start customizing your device.
Readme before leave:
- Backup is the first priority to root your device manually. After rooting your device, you may lose your personal data.
- Make sure you have installed MTK USB drivers on your computer before.
- Rooting your LG K10 (2018) may expire the warranty.
- Flash: If your device is bricked, then you can flash the official firmware to repair