Root LG myTouch On Android 2.3 Gingerbread [How To]

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LG myTouchThe LG myTouch was developed by LG for the US mobile carrier, T-Mobile. The device packs a potent hardware setup with a 1Ghz Scorpion CPU, HSPA+ connectivity and a 5MP camera capable of recording at 720p. Such a device, deserves to be rooted to unleash its true potential, and what better way to root it than the SuperOneClick tool. However, the tool does work, only after a slight commands sent via ADB. No, its still not complicated at all. We’ll show you how.


Disclaimer: Please follow this guide at your own risk. AddictiveTips will not be liable if your device gets damaged or bricked during the process.

Requirements:

Instructions:

  1. To begin, make sure USB Debugging is enabled in Settings > Applications > Development.
  2. Connect the device to the PC and run the command prompt or terminal.
  3. Enter the following commands, hitting Enter after every command:
    adb shell
    

    echo 1 > /data/local/lge_adb.conf

    exit

  4. Now run SuperOneClick and hit the Root button to begin the rooting process.

Sit back, relax, this may take some time. Once the process is complete, your device may reboot itself and once it does, download Root Checker from the Android Market to verify the root access.

[via android central]

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  • Carlos Guzman

    Anyway to do this on a mac?

  • Carlos Guzman

    Anyway to do this on a mac?

  • TheBakedBaker

    You should be able to install Mono and then you can run superoneclick. 😉

  • Richard Croft

    how about using ubuntu linux?