Here I have some good news all LG Optimus F7 users. We are now able to root the LG Optimus F7 with Android Jelly Bean in an easy way. This guide is not complicated, and won’t brick your phone. However, you should backup your phone every time you want to change your phone settings.
Now you can use this post to learn how to successfully root it. Read the entire article and get to the tutorial only when you’re sure that you can complete the root.
Remember: One Click Root is 100% guaranteed to work and the process is completely risk-free. You don’t want to risk ‘bricking’ your LG Optimus F7 with other dangerous methods of rooting, and One Click Root is incredibly easy to use.
- Backup all your important data and make sure that you read the entire post before starting to root your phone.
- Your computer shouldn’t have any antivirus software running. The security apps might interfere with the rooting process and you won’t be able to flash the root files.
- Enable the USB debugging option from the Android Developer Options.
- Make sure that your device’s battery is charged. This will prevent the device from powering off.
- Don’t blame us in case something goes wrong, the device gets bricked or you lose any important data in the process.
- Read the entire tutorial and make sure that you don’t skip any steps that are listed below.
- Use the comments section to ask for extra help.
BEFORE WE BEGIN
Download and install the official LG USB drivers for Windows, if you haven’t already.
Download One Click Root package onto your computer.
Put your device in USB debugging mode. Navigate to Settings, then Applications, Development, and finally USB debugging. Check the box next to USB Debugging.
HOW TO ROOT LG OPTIMUS F7
Step 1. Connect your LG Optimus F7 to your Windows PC using your USB cable.
Step 2.Open One Click Root on your computer and click Root Now.
Step 3. Wait while One Click Root works.
Step 4. Once One Click Root informs you that your Optimus F7 is rooted, open the Google Play Store and install busybox.
Step 5. Once installed, run busybox. If you are prompted for root access, then your device has been successfully rooted — grats!
In case you cannot complete the root, then you should ask for more help in comments. Make sure to leave a detailed comment describing where you got stuck so that we will be able to offer you a viable solution.