If you want to root your LG L60 smartphone, you have come to the right place. In a few steps you will have the internal system unchained and ready to install root-only applications from the Google Play Store.
Rooting your L60 does void the warranty, so if you want to send it away under warranty, you’ll have to unroot the device first.
The Files You Need
- Download the Framaroot APK 1.9.0 from this link.
- The following guide only works on the LG L60 Dual smartphone.
Rooting The LG L60
- Download the Framaroot APK to the desktop of the computer.
- Connect the LG L60 Dual smartphone to the computer using the USB cable.
- Transfer the Framaroot APK file still zipped over to the internal SD card. Make sure you copy and paste it to the root of the SD card and not hidden in any sub folder.
- Unplug the LG L60 smartphone from the computer.
- Navigate to the Menu > Settings > Security on the L60 smartphone and enable the Unknown Sources option.
- Open the File manager that comes with your device. Or, if you don’t have a File manager by default, you can install one from the Google Play Store. You can also find some free open source File Managers. Just be sure you download from a trusted source so you don’t end up installing malware on your device.
- Launch the Framaroot app from the app drawer.
- Select the ‘Install SuperSU’ from the menu.
- The SuperSU will give the rooting permission on your smartphone.
Now you can leave the Framaroot applications and head back to the Google Play Store. You might want to install the root checker app first and before any of the root-requiring ones. Once you know the root access is definitely working, you can install the other apps to boost the performance.