If you own the AT&T or Verizon branded LG G3 and have been looking for an easy and convenient method to root the device, your wait is finally over thanks to XDA user DroidModderX. The renowned XDA developer has posted the complete root procedure on YouTube as well as XDA. This particular method requires a Windows running computer and the usual suite of device drivers to go through smoothly.
It is currently the easiest method we’ve come across and should barely take a few minutes to complete. The root method allows users to run “root only” apps, tweak around with the CPU clockspeed and do a whole lot more. So if you’re the adventurous kind, make sure you give it a try from the source link below. But before you do, make sure you go through the procedure to know how it’s done. It hasn’t been long since the LG G3 was launched in the U.S., so it’s quite commendable of the developers to have a root procedure this early in the day.