Root access with super one click


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  1. Mr. Ed

    Mr. Ed Well-Known Member

    Looks like the Thrill can be rooted right away via Super One Click.

    I will try it in a bit... here is a video someone put on youtube

    [APP]SuperOneClick v2.1.1 (Finally fixed!) - xda-developers

    you will need the drivers
    http://www.lg.com/us/products/documents/LGAndroidDriver_Ver_1.0_All.exe

    Thanks Maerlem!



    and of course..the big curious question...how easy can we get O3d roms ported over...

    I will post what I find, as I find it. I will not be doing much until I can get Clockwork mod on it. I will have to hit up Rom Manager and see if they have something for it yet.

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  2. Gr8Danes

    Gr8Danes Well-Known Member

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  3. tmoca

    tmoca Member

    I just picked up the Thrill the other day and would like to give a root a try. I just have a couple basic questions that I hope someone would be kind enough to shed some light on.

    I don't plan on running any custom roms. I basically want to either uninstall or disable bloatware. To accomplish this is all I have to do is get root?

    Also, once ATT puts out the 2.3 update, how do I get that? Do I have to unroot, then update?

    I have no problem hard resetting...so after I root and the new update comes, could I just do the following...


    Hard reset (assuming this removes root)
    Run the ATT update
    Re-Root

    Would this work?

    Finally if I do root and remove apps, will a hard reset restore all deleted apps as well as unroot it?

    Thanks in advance for any help/advice any one can give this noob.

    -C
  4. Mr. Ed

    Mr. Ed Well-Known Member

    You would do these steps

    Root
    Use titanium backup to FREEZE bloat


    Thaw bloat
    Unroot
    Update

    Really root
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  5. tmoca

    tmoca Member



    So I am FREEZING apps not deleting them.???

    Does a hard reset restore the apps as well as unroot the phone?

    I know that this was the case back with my W6.5 phone.
  6. Mr. Ed

    Mr. Ed Well-Known Member

    A hard reset will not unroot the phone....though I do believe it will restore the apps to thawed status.

    to unroot you will need to use the "unroot" option in super one click
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  7. tmoca

    tmoca Member


    Cool. Thanks so much for all of your help. I am still learning and still gathering info before I take the plunge. I might just wait a few days to see if AT&T finally release the update to 2.3 before I try to root that way I don't have to deal with the un-rooting to apply the update.

    I can't thank you and enough for all your input.

    -C
  8. Mr. Ed

    Mr. Ed Well-Known Member

    Glad to help!!
  9. Miggles

    Miggles New Member

    Just rooted my LG thrill with superoneclick and it worked fine.
    excited to finally have this phone after so many delays :D
  10. Tolaam

    Tolaam New Member

    Hello. I am new to all this stuff, so I would like to know, how safe it is to root LG Thrill?. Got mine few weeks ago, and still thinking about rooting it, coz if it bricks i will have to return to SEw810.
    Thank you, and sorry for bad English.:)
  11. Tolaam

    Tolaam New Member

    Decided to do it anyway. Around 20 seconds and it's done. Helloooo SU :p
  12. randallrivy11

    randallrivy11 Member

    whats the advantages of rooting
  13. tmoca

    tmoca Member

    What tools did you use to root?

    Does the 3D functionality still work?

    Also, I am STILL waiting for the update before rooting :(
  14. eastbayarb

    eastbayarb Active Member

    I have an LG Thrill and trying to root it with Superoneclick and after pressing Root, it says that it's waiting for my device (even though my device is connected, and in USB Debug mode), and just freezes.

    I am running Windows 7 32-bit
  15. ShamBoneY

    ShamBoneY New Member

    Hello peoples.

    Not sure if you guys went through this already but if i do this super one click, what are the downsides to it? if, IF, they come out with the 2.3 update how easy is it to undo? how different is rooting compared to hacking a wii or psp?
  16. loki1664

    loki1664 New Member

    Just trying to root my HTC Sensation (UK on O2), using SuperOneClick V2.3.3.0 – I enable usb debugging, unmount the SD card and then hit “root” it completes checks for existing Shellroot and Root all say False. It then starts to shell root when i clicked root, it gets right to the end and says “remounting /system with read-only access…” – it offers to test i click yes, it then advises its sending an SU to phone but nothing happens on phone.

    I go in apps and "superuser" is there but on pressing it, it force closes. On restart it disappears as if i have done a shell root but i definitely pressed "root"??

    Help please

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  17. Alex123sb

    Alex123sb New Member

    I have been trying to root my lg thrill 4g with superoneclick and it keeps getting frozen on "shell rooing device step #7" I am using superoneclick v2.3.3 and my phone running android version 2.3.5 any help would be great THANKS! P.S I am a "noob" at all this android and rooting business so details would be even better. This where It "stops responding" or freezes http://postimage.org/image/70v5t64jp/
  18. Warren488

    Warren488 New Member

    The absolute same thing happens to me please help, i cannot root it keeps stopping at step #7 and says waiting for device
  19. burntpiston

    burntpiston New Member

    I am also having the same problem. It gets to step 7 and the program stops responding.

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