How To Root LG Optimus L5 E610

If you are looking for a best and easy tutorial to root your LG Optimus L5 E610 smartphone then you are at the right place.

The LG Optimus L5 E610 smartphone is a good budget phone with large screen. Once you have rooted your phone, you can easily remove all the unwanted system applications as your wish. Due to that you can save some internal memory and also removal of apps that run in the background will save RAM enhancing the performance of your phone and improving its battery life.


Kindly, note that once you have rooted your LG Optimus L5 E610 smartphone the warranty of your phone will void. If you want to get back your warranty, then you need to flash the stock ROM on your phone.

Before proceeding:

1.Just take a complete backup of all your internal data’s, because this procedure may wipe your data’s. But if you have a backup you can restore them easily.

2.Next check the battery percentage level of your LG Optimus L5 E610 smartphone and make sure it is not below than 75%. If so, then charge them fully.

3.If you have installed any security apps, then uninstall them or disable them. Because, it will interrupt on you’re rooting procedure so you cannot perform further.

4.Next enable the USB debugging option on your phone. You can done the same by following the path Settings > Applications > Development > USB Debugging.

5.Download and install all the required USB drivers for your phone.

6.Finally make sure, your LG Optimus L5 E610 smartphone was not locked to any network.

Disclaimer : Please follow the given below procedure at your own risk. I would not take any responsibility or liability for any damage occurs to your phone by following this procedure.

Procedure to root LG Optimus L5 E610:

Method 1:
1.First, connect your phone to the computer using USB cable.

2.Then download the rooting package and extract the contents of the zip file wherein you will find a .bat file.

Run the root.bat file you extracted.

3.While the file is executed, your LG Optimus L5 E610 smartphone should be rooted after it reboots.

Method 2:
1.Incase, the first method doesn’t work for you. Try this one:

2.Download this zip file to your computer and extract the contents of the zip file to a separate folder.

3.Next again download this file to your phone’s SD card and install the application using a file explorer.

4.Now an application called “SystemBackupTest” was installed. Open it and without closing that application, press the power button and reboot your phone.

5.Once your phone was rebooted, connect that to the computer using USB cable in “charge only mode”.

6.From the extracted contents of the zip file that you downloaded in Step 1, run the file root.bat.

7.The phone must reboot after the execution of the script.

8.Open the Play Store and update the application “SuperSU”. Open the app and in options, make sure you update the Su binary.

9.Now uninstall the “SystemBackupTest” app that you had installed in the 3rd step.

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