How to Root LG G3 [D855] on Stock Android 6.0 Marshmallow

How to Root LG G3 [D855] on Stock Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Android’s 6.0 Marshmallow update has finally rolled out by LG to its LG G3. The new Marshmallow updates arrived with latest features alongside some customizations done by LG. Some lucky G3 users have already received the OTA notification on their device and for the rest, we got your back. You can also check out the below link for Android 6.0 installation on LG G3 [D855] via LG Flash Tool 2014.

Install Stock Android 6.0 Marshmallow Firmware on LG G3 [D855] via LG Flash Tool 2014

So, once you have installed Android 6.0 Marshmallow on your LG G3, you might also like to root your device on the new OS. After gaining the root privilege, you will be able to try all the advance apps on your LG G3 i.e. Xposed Installer and other apps.  Well, the process is not that difficult and you can root your device right away but first you have to install the latest TWRP on your LG G3. Updated TWRP file can be downloaded from here. So, if you ready to start rooting, follow the steps below.

Caution!

Warranty may void if you perform rooting on your device. Rooting steps in this guide is considered risky and your device might get bricked in extreme cases but it can be restored with the help of stock firmware. We are not liable for any kind of internal or external damage to your device of whatsoever, so proceed at your own risk.

Requirements

  • Your device must be fully charged or above 70%, to avoid any type of interruption during the process of rooting.
  • It’s highly recommended to perform a nandroid backup of your device. Tutorial here.
  • Click on this link to download SuperSU v2.65 package.

How to Root LG G3 [D855] on Stock Android 6.0 Marshmallow

  • First Download the SuperSU zip file and move it to the LG G3 internal storage.
  • Now switch into recovery mode:
  • Switch-off your device.
  • Press and hold the VolumeDown + Power keys simultaneously.
  • Once you see the LG logo, release the VolumeDown and Power button and then press them again.
  • Go to recovery main menu, tap on Install option, select the SuperSU file and flash it on your device.
  • Return to recovery main menu and reboot your device once the installation process is completed.

Congrats! Finally you have rooted your LG G3 D855 running on the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow firmware.

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