How to LG Root

Guide to Root LG L60 Dual using FramaRoot tool

LG is most popular smartphones provider and Each year LG offer new devices with amazing specification and everyone love it. So today we focus on LG L60 Android smartphone and also we discuss the phone specs.

LG L60


The LG L60 comes with 4.3 inches screen size with smooth touch and 480×800 pixels resolution. It has 1.3 GHZ dual-core processor with 512 MB RAM, its internal memory is 4 GB, but you can easily expand it anytime by using Micro SDcard up to 32 GB. LG L60 also comes with 5.0 Mega Pixel camera the front Camera is 0.3 Megapixels. It has the best operating system is Android 4.4.2 KitKat from Google. The connectivity system is very amazing, you can use 2 SIMs (connections) on this LG smartphone and it is WIFI, Bluetooth, and GPS supported. And it has 1540 MAH battery but you can’t remove this battery.


If you have LG L60 smartphone and want to root so you are on right place. In this post, we will show you how to root LG L60 dual. If you are ready for rooting then follow the below steps.

Disclaimer: This guide is for LG L60, don’t try it on any other device, also we are not held responsible for any damage caused by following this guide, try it on your own risk.


Backup your important data on LG L60.

Phone battery charged at least 50%.

USB cable to connect LG L60 with PC.

Steps to Root LG L60 Dual using FramaRoot tool:

Step 1: First of all download the FramaRoot tool: Link

Step  2: Now Extract the zip file and get the FramaRoot tool APK file on your computer.

Step 3: Now connect your LG device with your PC.

Step 4: Move the APK file in your phone memory root folder.

Step 5: Once the APK file moved then disconnect your mobile phone from the computer.

Step 6: Now simply navigate that file from your device and click on it to install the application on your phone.

Step 7: Once the installation process done then open this Application called FRAMAROOT.

Step 8: Now Install SuperSU and it will be installed on your device in few minutes.

Step 9: Now open your phone menu and here you will find the SuperSU icon. So it means your LG L60 has been rooted successfully.

That’s it, you can also verify your root status by installing a root checker application from Play store.

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