Originally Posted by Digital Controller
First off after the root did you factory reset the device?
If not you should of done that and it can iron out any issues the ROM might of caused, because honestly, it is sounding just like a botched install. I would suggest either:
A. Factory resetting the device if you haven't done so already
B. Installing the ROM again for a new ROM, because it sounds like it could be the issue.
No, I didn't factory reset it after the root.
These are the instructions I used for rooting:
1. Download the archive and unpack it (create a folder on desktop named L5_root or whatever you like): Root kit (http://forum.xda-developers.com/atta...8&d=1345457528
2.Download "IS11LG_SystemBackupTest.signed.apk" attached below and copy to root of your phone (internal storage)
3. On the phone in the "Options -> Security" enable "Unknown sources"
In the "For Developers" enable "Debug on USB"
4. Install "IS11LG_SystemBackupTest.signed.apk"
5. Then open the installed "SystemBackupTest" and not closing
Hold down the power button and reboot the device.
6. When phone completely rebooted connect your phone to your computer via USB (note: must be charge only option)
7. In the folder you've created (L5_root) «o4xr» run the file «root.bat»,
wait until the script is executed and the phone will reboot.
8.Then on the phone, open the Google Play Store and you will find "SuperSU"
Upgrade "SuperSU", and then open the program asks updates ... Click OK, to
9.Update SU binary ...
10.Now you have a root-law. You can delete an application «SystemBackupTest» ...
I didn't install any custom ROM, I just rooted the phone because there were some apps I liked/needed that required root access.
Anyway, how do I restore factory settings, because I don't seem to be able to find a button.
EDIT: I found the reset button.