Rooting is now possible for LG G3 on 47AMarshmallow update thanks to folks at XDA,
You can have root access on the Verizon G3’s latest update with software
version 47a, but the procedure isn’t a pretty one. Rooting 47A firmware
requires downgrading back to 10B first, then achieve root using Stump
and then install TWRP and flash the bootstack from version 35B, and then
finally flash a 47A stock ROM (or any custom 47A ROM) from TWRP.
This tutorial is only for Rooting Verizon G3 on latest 47A Marshmallow update Please do not try on any other LG G3 variants.
This site or the developers are not
responsible, if you damage or brick your device.Do it on your own risk
and follow the instruction properly.
Backup important files stored on your device before proceeding with the
steps below, so that in case something goes wrong you’ll have backup of
all your important files.
How to Root Verizon LG G3 on 47A Marshmallow Update:1- Flash 10B firmware:
Step1– Download Verizon G3 10B KDZ firmware file to your PC from the downloads section above.
Step2- Flash the 10B firmware KDZ to your Verizon G3.
For help, follow our detailed guide ? How to Flash KDZ firmware on LG Devices.
2– Root 10B firmware using StumpRoot: Once you’re on 10B firmware, do the following:
Step 3- Download the StumpRoot apk from the links above and install it on your Verizon G3.
Step 4- Open the app and tap the Grind button to execute root exploit.
Step5- Restart your G3 when prompted.
3– Install SuperSU and TWRP Recovery:
Step 5– Once you’ve successfully rooted your Verizon G3 on 10B firmware, install the SuperSU app from Play Store to manage superuser permission and TWRP Manager app to download/install TWRP recovery.
Step 6– Now download/transfer the 35B Bootstack zip file and 47A firmware zip file to your Verizon G3’s internal storage.
Step 7– Boot into TWRP recovery and perform a simple factory reset.
Step 8– Install/Flash the 35B Bootstack zip file from TWRP recovery.
Step 9– Perform a wipe data/cache from within the recovery.
Step 10– Install/Flash the 47A firmware zip file from TWRP recovery.
Step 11– Reboot device.
? If TWRP asks to install SuperSU, DENY IT.
That’s all. Your Verizon G3 should be rooted now, running on firmware 47A
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