LG L 90 has the 4.7 inch display and IPS LCD capacitive touch screen with 540 x 960 pixels resolution. It is powered by 1.2 GHz Quad core Qualcomm MSM8226 Snapdragon 400 processor and runs on the Android 4.4.2 KitKat Operating System. It has the 1 GB RAM alon with 8 GB internal memory and can be expandable to 32 GB using micro SD card. It comes in two market variants which features the 8 MP/5 MP rear camera depending on the market with auto focus and LED flash and 1.3 MP rear camera.
In this tutorial I am going to explain how to root LG L 90. Before rooting remember that this rooting method is only applicable for LG L 90.
- Before rooting back up all your data on the phone memory, because rooting wipes out all the data on phone memory.
- Make sure that battery of the device is more than 70%, rooting consume more battery and avoid the unnecessary shutdowns.
- Rooting is not an authorized process, so rooting voids the warranty of the device.
- Enable the USB debugging on your device by going to Settings>>Applications>>Developer Options>>USB debugging.
- Rooting has so many options such as frees up the internal memory, improves the battery life and more.
- USB Drivers for LG L 90.
- Download Ext2Fsd .
- Mini tool partition wizard.
- Download SDK or ADB.
- Download Update.zip.
- Download Rootchecker.
How to root LG L 90
- Download ans install the USB drivers for LG L 90 from the above download link.
- Connect your SD card to the PC using the card reader and format the SD card into Ext2 using mini tool partition wizard.
- Now move the update.zip file into the SD card using the Ext2Fsd tool.
- Install the ADB and make sure that ADB has the proper permission.
- Open the command window on the PC and type
- adb devices
- adb shell
- reboot recovery(when stock 3e recovery booted in disconnect your phone and connect the SD card.
- Select the apply update from the SD card using the power button select the update.zip and reboot the device now.
- Device reboots when zip file finishes the flashing,
- After the phone reboots rooting is done. You can check the rooting using the rootchecker tool.
Your device is now successfully rooted and you can now enjoy the benefits of rooting.