Root method on LG G2 for both US carrier, including AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile LG G2 has been found. This root method was originally reported to worked on Asian LG G2 variant, but our fella from XDA-Developers has took the plunge and tried it on his US variants of LG G2 and he confirmed that it really worked. From Android communities this simply means that the LG G2 will get the developers attention and gains support from now on.
The root manager tool has been written in Chinese but the binary root file can be changed into English version. The rooting process is as easy as one-click root method, all you need is your LG G2 USB driver, a little workaround with ADB command and then download the root utility tool and the superuser by clockworkmod from the play store . Once you get your LG G2 rooted that simply means you get the full privileged of the superuser access, and further to your own personal customization.
We also keeping an eye if this root method will still work on the upcoming Sprint model and likewise to all Canadian carrier, including Bell, Rogers, SaskTel, Telus, Vidéotron, and Wind Mobile.
For now, this will only work for AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon LG G2 models, just simply head-over to XDA source link below.
Thank’s goes to [djkinetic]