LG Optimus L7 is a mid-range Android smartphone, which is packed in with a 4.3 inch TFT capacitive touchscreen display powered by 1.0 GHz Dual-Core processor, along with a 512 MB RAM and it runs on Android V 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich) OS. If you are an owner of this Android Phone and as well as hoping to Root it, then you can use these guidelines given below to Root your device easily and safely.
After Rooting, your LG Optimus L7 will support to install any Custom ROM, Install any valuable Apps and Uninstall/remove any useless apps easily and safely. Also, you can make a huge Android experience with rooted Android LG Optimus L7, but rooting your LG Optimus L7 Android Tablet will void its warranty. So, think well before rooting.
- Take a complete backup of your personal data on LG Optimus L7. This step is for safety purpose. You can get all backup easily by using an appropriate Backup App.
- Device Battery charge require at least 50-60%
- Enable “Developer Options” on your LG Optimus L7 as Settings -> About Phone -> Build Number (tap on it for 7 times). After finished it, enable USB debugging mode by using this path: Settings -> Developer Options -> USB Debugging.
Once you have finished all these steps above, you can move to the rooting given as below.
ROOT LG Optimus L7
Download Framaroot Apk on your LG Optimus L7. After you have finished the download, tap on the apk file to install the Framaroot on your LG Optimus L7.
Open the Framaroot app on LG Optimus L7.
Select “Install SuperSU” under the section of Execute. After that step has finished, you should click on “Gandalf” exploit to launch the rooting procedure.
After rooting process has finished, you can see the message as Success! Superuser and SU binary installed. You have to reboot your device. You can Click “Ok” and reboot your device to finish the rooting process.
That’s it. Now you have successfully rooted your LG Optimus L7 Android Tablet. To confirm it, find a SuperSU app in your device’s Apps drawer. If you can find it there then it means that your device is successfully rooted. Alternatively, you can check the same by using the Root Checker App from Google Play Store!