By rooting your LG Intuition you will gain full control over your handset, but keep in mind that rooting your device will void its warranty. So proceed further only if you’re absolutely sure about this.

First off, you need to download a few things:

1. An ADB set up.
2. su.

After you’ve downloaded those items, you just need to enter a few simple commands:

1. adb push su /data/local/tmp/su
2. adb push /data/local/tmp/
3. adb shell
4. $ chmod 777 /data/local/tmp/
5. $ rm /data/vpnch/vpnc_starter_lock
6. $ ln -s /data/local.prop /data/vpnch/vpnc_starter_lock
7. $ exit
8. adb reboot

After entering these commands, you may have to unplug and replug your smartphone in order for your computer to detect it again.

Then you have to execute the following commands:

]1. adb wait-for-device shell
2. $ echo ‘ro.kernel.qemu=1′ > /data/local.prop
3. $ exit

The next part is somewhat tricky. You will need to execute the following commands one after another. The second command has to be input as soon as you see adbD coming up, before it drops the root privileges. Some of you may need a few minutes to manage to do it, but keep trying.
In addition to this, you may also need to unplug and replug your LG Intuition after the second command is completed.

The commands are:

1. adb reboot
2. adb wait-for-device /data/local/tmp/

You phone may need to be unplugged and replugged now, after the second command.

Then next commands that you need to execute are:

1. adb wait-for-device shell
2. $ su
3. # rm /data/local.prop
4. # rm /data/vpnch/vpnc_starter_lock
5. # reboot

And now you’re done, congratulations! After the handset reboots, download and install SuperUser from Google Play.

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