How To Root LG G Pad 8.3 – Tutorial

Do you want to root LG G Pad 8.3? Here is a simple root method for the LG G Pad 8.3. The tablet not just excels in its usage or specifications but also has quite a developer base.

Follow our article below to have root rights on your G Pad. With root privileges, you can execute lots of essential root apps and also tinker around with the system of your tab. But you must be careful, dragons ahead.

Disclaimer!

Your device warranty may be void if you follow the methods given on this page. Also, keep in mind that you are only responsible if any damage occurs to your mobile device. We won’t be liable if any damage occurs to your tablet and/or its components.

Also See: Moto Z and Moto Z Force Bootloader Unlock

Check LG G PAD 8.3 Model No.

If you want to make sure your device is responsible for this, you must confirm its version no. Head over to the ‘About device’ option under Settings. Another method to confirm the variant number is by looking for it on your device box. It must be V500! 

Do not use the method discussed here on any other device.

Before You Start

You must do this pre-installation stuff before trying to root your LG G Pad 8.3 just to avoid any complications later, and have a clean and successful process.

Device Backup:

Simply back up your confidential data before you begin playing around here as there are chances you might lose your application and app-data.

Install Your Device DRIVER

You must have a working driver installed on your Windows PC to successfully root your LG G Pad. If you are unsure follow the steps below.

Head over to the link below and download the

LGUnitedMobileDriver_S50MAN310AP22_ML_WHQL_Ver_3.10.1.exe. Execute this driver file and follow the instructions on the screen. When the installation process is complete, restart your computer.

LG G PAD 8.3 V500 UNITED MOBILE DRIVER DOWNLOAD

Charge Your Device Properly

Make sure your mobile device is charged properly so that it can’t switch off during the entire process.

How To Root LG G PAD 8.3

How To Root LG G PAD 8.3

Downloads:

Download the root file for your LG G Pad.

ROOT FILE PACKAGE

LG G Pad V500 Root: Download Link | Mirror | Filename: root_gpad.zip (2.64 MB)

Installation Steps:

  • Prepare your mobile:
    • Turn On developer options: Head over to your mobile Settings » choose About phone » move to the bottom and click on “Build number” seven times to turn on developer options.
    • Enable USB Debugging: Head over to mobile Settings » select Developer options » Mark the “USB debugging” checkbox (under Debugging section).
  • Connect your mobile to the computer with a USB cable and if a pop-up screen displays up on the Phone asking you to Allow USB debugging for the PC. Also, make sure you make the checkbox and click OK.
  • Then extract the root file package, root_gpad.zip (using 7-zip, preferably), to get the following files, and one folder:
    • API (folder)
    • adb.exe
    • AdbWinApi.dll
    • AdbWinUsbApi.dll
    • G_security
    • root.bat
    • su
    • Superuser.apk
Further;
  • Double-tap/Run the root.bat file and follow the simple on-screen steps such as “Press any key to continue”.
  • It will remind you of USB Debugging, which we did in the 2nd step. Make sure it is turned on.
  • As it will push g_security to your memory card. After that, the process will pause.
  • Now, at this point, you want to disconnect your G Pad from your PC and turn off and re-enable USB Debugging. (These steps will be displayed on the screen). After doing this hit any key to continue with the process.
  • Now, it will display a warning which explains that continuing the process will trip the root checker of your LG Device. However, it means that you are now voiding your device’s warranty. If you are not sure about rooting your G Pad, this is the best time to quit the process by pressing ctrl + c. If you are sure to continue then follow the on-screen instructions which are pretty direct from here on.
  • Once your G Pad is rooted successfully, reboot your tablet. You will now view the Superuser.apk in your app drawer.

That’s all about it!

Conclusion:

If you need any help regarding the article above, let us know your thoughts in the comments section below. We’d be glad to help you!

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