How To Easily Root LG G5 Vodafone Marshmallow 6.0.1
How to root the LG G5 Vodafone Marshmallow 6.0.1
Step 1) Download One Click Root and install it on your PC, Mac, or Linux computer
Step 2) Move to your LG G5 and enable USB debugging from the settings menu
Step 3) Connect your LG G5 to your computer via USB cable
Step 4) Run the One Click Root software and wait for the rooting process to be completed
LG really surprised the world with the LG G5 in 2016. The latest flagship from 2016 features a complete redesign and with it comes a range of modular attachments that can add extra functionality to the device on the fly. The modular attachments are something we haven’t seen on an Android smartphone before but it’s not just this that makes the LG G5 stand out. The LG G5 also has a nice selection of interior hardware, a unique camera and LG’s latest UI overhaul that brings it closer in line to Apple’s iOS in terms of simplicity.
If you would like to root your LG G5 you’ve come to the right place on the internet. In this article we’ll teach you how to root your LG G5 on Vodafone. At the time of writing the LG G5’s latest OS update was Marshmallow 6.0.1 but this guide will work for future updates too. Our guide will teach you how to use our One Click Root software which has been designed to make the rooting process as simple as possible. Our software can automate the majority of the root process so you won’t have to deal with any of the stress or confusion of doing it yourself. Once you’ve followed the initial setup stage which has been outlined in the steps listed above, you’ll be just one click away from a rooted LG smartphone! Once the One Click Root software is set up, it really only takes one click to completely root the device. Once you have rooted your LG G5, why not head on over to our blog section to learn more about the things you can do with a rooted Android smartphone.
The LG G5 was initially released in April 2016 and whilst a lot of focus went on the additional accessories such as the virtual reality headset and the modular attachments, the device itself deserves a lot of attention. The base LG G5 model has a 5.3 inch display with a resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixels. The primary camera has a 16 megapixel sensor but for the first time ever it is coupled with a second lens that has been specifically designed for wide angle shots. With the tap of a button from within the camera app or from the physical camera module, you’ll be able to switch to wide angle mode. The 8 results are of course not quite as high quality but this is the first time we’ve seen such a feature on the Android platform and we think it will come in handy for those great scenery shots you’re able to capture whilst out and about with a phone in your pocket. On the inside the LG G5 is powered by the Snapdragon 820 processor and has 4GB of RAM.