LG Nitro HD – How to Root

Sanjana December 12, 2011 0

LG Nitro HD smartphone now gets Rooting! Yes its true and you can now install various custom ROMs and otherlg logo application that require rooting access. The rooting process is quiet simple and safe with the only concern that your warranty will get void. Well every good thing comes with a price thus the warranty issue can be overlooked as you can avail several other functionalities like removing the stock or default application that simply consume the internal memory.

Pre-Requisites:

You ought to backup all the user data present in your phone since chances of data loss or corruption are there. Having a backup can help you replace the lost data if any damage occurs. Follow the link posted below to backup and restore all your data easily.

Pre Upgrade Instructions for Rooting and Firmware Update

Must Have:

LG Nitro HD Rooting Package

Steps to Root LG Nitro HD:

Step-1: Enable USB Debugging from the following path “Applications > Settings > Development > USB Debugging”.

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Download LG Notro Rooting Package from the Must Have section to your computer and unzip it. Here in the extraction process, it will ask you for a password so enter password as Coveringandroid.com

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Step-2: Match all the extracted files with the screen capture shown above and click on “Super One Clicked Root” tool. Connect your phone with the original USB Cable that you obtained at the time of your purchase.

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Step-3: Tap on “Root” tab for the rooting process to begin. After the process is over, you will be informed with a message that the rooting process is successful as shown in the screen capture below.

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Thus you can successfully root your LG Nitro HD by following these simple steps mentioned above.

We won’t be responsible for any damage done to your device caused by updating the firmware that is unlikely to occur if you follow the instructions carefully word by word. So follow the above mentioned steps and have a safe rooting.

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