How To Root LG G7 ThinQ

LG G7 ThinQ is manufactured in South Korea which also manufactures the smartphones of Samsung. This manufactures also dominates the world in terms of the latest Technology. LG has drowned a bit in the Android smartphone market but can make a great comeback with the new LG G7 ThinQ.

LG G7 ThinQ has full vision display and powered by a smart AI dual camera 16 MP. It has got 4GB of Ram and a 64GB of internal. Looking at the hardware and design we can say that it is an Android Flagship smartphone. To take more out the LG G7 ThinQ you must root it. So here’s are simple steps to root your LG Q7 ThinQ which will allow you to modify the system abilities according to your need. The US variants don’t have the permission to unlock the bootloader so this guide is only for model G710EM(Global Version).

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Prerequisites

  • ADB and Fastboot drivers must be installed on your PC. Click here to install.
  • Enable Developer options, OEM Unlock and USB Debugging on your device. If you don’t know how to do so click here.
  • The bootloader of your LG G7 ThinQ must be unlocked, it will allow us to modify the system for root access.
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Supported Models

At the moment, only the G710EM Global version is supported.

Steps to Root LG G7 ThinQ

There are two methods to Root LG G7 ThinQ

Method 1 – Using the patched boot image and Magisk

Step 1: Check out the prerequisites section and make sure you have followed the things up accordingly.

Step 2: Download the Root package file on your PC. Click here to download.

Step 3: Rename the downloaded Root package to root.img for the later use.

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Step 4: Connect your LG G7 ThinQ to PC via USB cable.

Step 5: Go to the folder where you install the ADB and Fastboot driver. Open command prompt window and give administration rights by,

Hold Shift + Right Click > Select Open Command Prompt Window Here

Step 6: Now Reboot your device into fastboot/bootloader mode by executing the command given down

adb reboot bootloader

Step 7: To Root your device you need to flash the root.img on your device. To flash the root.img execute the command as

fastboot flash boot_a root.img
fastboot flash boot_b root.img

Step 8: Once the flashing process gets completed, Reboot your device by executing the command as

fastboot reboot

Step 9: When your device gets running install the root checker app and verify the Root access. The best root checker app is given below

Root Checker
Price: Free+

Step 10: Download the Magisk Manager app and install it on your device. To start the installation open the file manager app on your device, navigate to the location of the downloaded file, and then tap on it to install it.

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Step 11: When you will open the Magisk app it will show that it has root access.

Method 2: Using TWRP Recovery

TWRP Recovery for LG G7 ThinQ has not got a stable build it is an alpha build so we don’t recommend that you should use this. It’s an earlier build which is not suitable for regular users. You can try/experiment with it only if you have experience of that stuff. If you want to give a try visit the tread Click here to visit.

The required vendor file – Download link

The required TWRP Recovery –  Download Link

The required Masgisk file –  Download link

This is a risky process you might brick your device so, we are not covering Method 2 fully.

Note: We are not responsible for any damage caused to your device.

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