Rooting an Android smartphone can be a tricky process, especially for a rookie without prior knowledge. But thanks to developers all over the world, this little tweak can be achieved from just the click of a button on our computers. And we now have such a tool for the recently launched LG G2 smartphones running on AT&T, Sprint or T-Mobile’s networks. Interested users can check out the thread over at the XDA Forums which has detailed step-by-step instructions to make new users understand how things work. The procedure for the Verizon variant seems to be a little different compared to the method used by the AT&T and T-Mobile variant, so make sure you follow the instructions closely.
Tools like these basically makes the users job easy, as it only involves installation of a few files on your computer and clicking one button. Post the process, users will be able to download all root specific apps from the Play Store or sideload them manually. We’re not sure if users will want to flash a custom ROM this early for the LG G2, but with root access available (and an unlocked bootloader hopefully) users can do so if they wish.
Source: XDA Forums
Via: Talk Android