LG has finally rolled out the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to the LG G3. The updates come with the Marshmallow features alongside the LG’s own customizations. If you’re lucky enough, you might have already received the OTA notification on your device else don’t be sad yet, we got your back. We have already covered the Android 6.0 installation on LG G3 D855 using the Flash tool, you can check it out from the below link.
So, once you’re on Android 6.0 Marshmallow, you might also want to root your device on the new OS. With root access, you can use all the advanced apps on your device like the Xposed Installer and other apps. Well, the process is quite easy and you can root your device in no time but first you need to install the latest TWRP on your device. You can find the updated TWRP files from here. So, if you’re all set, follow the rooting procedure from below.
Warning!Rooting your device might void the warranty either temporarily or permanently. The procedure followed in this tutorial is considered risky and might brick your device in extreme cases but you can always restore the device with stock firmware. We are not responsible for any damage done to your device during the process, proceed at your own risk.
- Make sure your device is charged above 60% to avoid unexpected shutdowns during the rooting process.
- It’s also recommended to take a nandroid backup of your device.
- Download the SuperSU v2.65 file → Click Here
Root LG G3 D855 on Stock Android 6.0 Marshmallow
- Download the SuperSU zip file and transfer it to the internal storage of your LG G3.
- Boot your device into recovery mode:
- Power off the device.
- Press and hold the Volume Down and Power buttons at the same time.
- Once the LG logo appears, release the Volume Down and Power keys and then press them again.
- In the recovery mode, tap the Install button, choose the SuperSU file and flash it on your device.
- Get back to the main menu and reboot the device once the installation is completed.