Even though it just released in January this year, a root exploit for AT&T LG G Flex (D950) is available and ready to provide superuser access on your device. Thanks to autoprime – a developer from xda who modify the ioroot exploit and make it compatible with our G Flex. Previously, the ioroot has managed to give su privileges for the Korean version of the G Flex (F340), and when it tried to AT&T variant the result is fantastic.
This LG’s curved smartphone has excellent hardware specs, it comes with a Quad-core 2.25 GHz Krait 400 CPU with Adreno 330 GPU, 2 GB of RAM and also 6-inch 720p display that lets you perform any multi-tasking smoothly as well as playing massive games.
You might not realize that, a root access on AT&T LG G Flex will make it better, and as an addition to its stunning design, durability and excellent hardware specs. We can do some great things like removing bloatware apps to save storage space, enhancing User Interface with Xposed framework and much more.
- We need an AT&T G Flex USB driver installed on your computer in order to let the exploit recognize.
- Grab an updated version of IOroot exploit v23 or later.
- Enable USB debugging on your phone, Settings > Developer options.
How to: One click AT&T LG G Flex (D950) root within minutes
- Extract the zipped ioroot file (ioroot**.zip) by using 7zip or WinZip.
- Attach your phone to computer by using USB cable, use the stock cable that comes with the phone.
- For Windows users double-click the “root.bat”, for Mac or Linux execute the “root.sh”.
- A command prompt window will show up, when you ready just hit any key to start the rooting procedure. Never miss any present command on the window.
- Once you get a message that your AT&T LG G Flex rooted successfully, now open the SuperSU su binary and finish the su installation.