You could be wanting to tweak your device and rooting the LG G4 Marshmallow 6.0 is the answer. But finding ways to root LG G4 running this version is really hard because LG G4 Marshmallow root release was very recent. Lucky you, you have landed on this page.
Why root LG G4 Marshmallow 6.0?
There are way too many reasons why. Some of the known reasons are; you can customize everything! Themes, fonts, and more! You can also purchase your desired apps that are expensive, for free! Do not worry because rooting does not make you lose everything, but actually, you are to gain more.
Having it does void your warranty but reinstalling the very factory stock kernel, and unrooting can bring back your warranty.
1.This tutorial is strictly for LG G4 H815 International model running stock Marshmallow 6.0.
2. Since this is a stricter operating system, the process will be as different as before. It will surely wipe everything in your device so do a backup.
3. You should have unlocked your bootloader already.
4. You should already have TWRP custom recovery installed.
5. Make sure your battery life is still 80% to prevent interruption that could brick your device.
Enable USB Debugging by going to “About Phone” in Settings, then look for “Software info”. Continue tapping until a notification appears saying you are now a developer.After that, go back then you
should now see “Developer options” on Settings list. Go inside and tick USB Debugging. This process is important for your PC to recognize the device.
Install USB Drivers to properly connect to PC.
Plug in to PC. In the upper notification platform, select “USB connected” then select MTP option.
Download the Pre-rooted Stock Kernel on your PC and copy it in LG G4’s internal storage. Do not extract it yet because it will be flashed later. Leave it as it is.
Enter recovery/TWRP mode by clicking this link.
Select “Install” button then browse for the downloaded Pre-rooted Stock Kernel that you have downloaded and copied in Step 2. Select and then swipe to confirm flash.
Select reboot option from the TWRP home menu to refresh the newly modified OS.
Wait for your device to restart. If boot loop occurs, enter TWRP mode again and select “Wipe”. Check the “Dalvik Cache” and “Data” boxes then swipe to confirm the wiping.
Reboot once again.
It should now be good to go. You now have rooted LG G4 Marshmallow 6.0. You can now explore how this LG G4 Marshmallow 6.0 root functions by visiting tutorials that will teach you how to, for example, speed up the processor, block ads, and more.