How to Root LG Optimus Sol E730
LG Optimus Sol E730 is not a household name for the South Korean manufacturer. Many leaks surrounded this phone even before it was officially released to be bought by excited consumers. When the time came to have it finally unveiled, the majority of the rumors turned out to be true, much to the joy of LG fans.
Apart from its Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system, its 1 GHz CPU and a 5-megapixel cam, this smartphone can finally enjoy better performance and the possibility to flash root-only applications, among many other benefits. The procedure that lets all of this happen is called rooting. The way to root this model is via a one-click root method that is very easy to use. We tested it on the Optimus Sol and can report that it works ideally with this phone.
If you, too, own this device and want to see it rooted as quickly and as easily as possible, then read all about our way to do things from today’s guide. We’ll be sure to offer all the do’s and dont’s with the help of pre-requisites and steps. First and foremost: don’t root your Optimus Sol E730 if you don’t want its warranty to disappear from it overnight. Because that’s what this procedure is going to do. If, though, you decide to play along, then unroot the device with a tutorial we wrote for DroidGator.com.
The pre-requisites to learn about before jumping to the series of steps below are as follows: download SuperOneClick (the 2.3.3 version, not another one) on your laptop, charge it and flash USB Drivers for it on your laptop. Then make a backup of the data that’s on your Optimus Sol E730 right now.
Our requirements need to be followed through with care, otherwise you won’t be able to root the smartphone in a successful manner. The steps to follow for the rooting operation are shown below this paragraph. Pay attention to them, as well.
- For step one you need to place the SuperOneClick archive on the desktop of your comp, then extract what it comes with to the same place as before. Now enable, on the phone, an option called USB debugging like this: go to Menu, opt for Settings, choose Applications, select Development, then check the box saying USB debugging.
- The step coming up next, the second one, tells you to plug the phone to the laptop after you’ve selected the option from before, then initiate the activation of the SuperOneClick .exe to run it.
- When done with these actions, step number three will require you to go to the app and click on Root.
- Step four: wait for the rooting to start happening in a couple of seconds, then see what it brings new to your LG Optimus Sol E730 from this moment on.
Our one-click method which rooted your smartphone will allow you to enjoy many great things. To discover what they are, go to Google Play and start installing root-only apps. Then see what else you can do with your newly rooted handset.