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Root LG G2 4.4.2 AT&T

19th September 2014, 12:22 AM |#31  
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Without starting a new thread thought I would ask here.

Ive been trying to root my phone and am just failing. I tried a few different variants of the ioroot but all give the same error




I even tried the towelroot website, and it said my device isnt supported.


Any advice?


Thanks
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19th September 2014, 09:27 PM |#32  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by mrh4ck

Without starting a new thread thought I would ask here.

Ive been trying to root my phone and am just failing. I tried a few different variants of the ioroot but all give the same error




I even tried the towelroot website, and it said my device isnt supported.


Any advice?


Thanks

Go to Settings->General->About Phone->Software Information

What is the build number? Should be something like KOT49I.D80020y. The last 3 digits are the important part.

I've been running rooted since 4.2, but I think if it ends in 20u or 20y you may need to find an OTA and downgrade in order to root.
19th September 2014, 09:37 PM |#33  
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KOT49I.D80020y

I got it to work though, using Stump.


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Originally Posted by laydros

Go to Settings->General->About Phone->Software Information

What is the build number? Should be something like KOT49I.D80020y. The last 3 digits are the important part.

I've been running rooted since 4.2, but I think if it ends in 20u or 20y you may need to find an OTA and downgrade in order to root.

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