Root Your LG Stylo, Safe and Smoothly

Root Your LG Stylo, Safe and Smoothly

Root Your LG Stylo, Safe and Smoothly

Sooner or later you will need to root LG Stylo of yours. Turn to professional rooting service to get help from the team of skilled experts. Safe Root is here to deliver prompt assistance and offer:

  • Secure rooting conducted remotely
  • Attentive customer support staff
  • Wide choice of payment methods
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How does it work?

  1. Our technician will get in touch with you via our built-in chat feature.
  2. You can choose to either root your phone immediately (be sure you already backed up your data) or you can decide to schedule an appointment at a time most convenient for you.
  3. With your permission, our expert will use a remote rooting software to gain access to your computer. You are always free to revoke his access any time during the process, but we don’t recommend that you do this to ensure a smooth rooting process.
  4. The technician will ask you to connect your phone to the PC using a working USB cord.
  5. The technician will root your device, and perform other root tasks you wish to include. You can request our technician to install custom ROMs and commonly used root apps.
  6. The technician will terminate the connection and your phone will have been rooted successfully. The process shouldn’t take more than 10 minutes.

Is it safe?

Using long-term Android/iOS experience Safe-root team will provide you with professional assistance and guarantee the easiest way to improve your device's performance safely.

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Is this high-quality product not reaching your standards? Rooting can fix that.

The LG Stylo is an impressive 2015 smart phone that boasts plenty of high-end features, but it still has a few downfalls. Thankfully, we at Safe-Root know how to root LG Stylo through a safe rooting process.

The LG Stylo was released in May 2015, and from its name alone, people already knew what its major feature was: a stylus to assist with writing and on-screen sketching. With a large display at 5.7 inches and Gorilla Glass 3 protection , the LG Stylo was thought to be a strong competitor to Samsung’s Galaxy Note series.

Aside from comments about its unattractive stylus, the LG Stylo also had issues in terms of software and functionality. Many of its users claimed that the phone would perform slowly, freeze constantly, restart unexpectedly, display sudden error messages, and had trouble installing and updating some applications.

Most people resorted to performing hard resets, but none of the solutions worked as well as rooting did.

Root Your LG Stylo, Safe and Smoothly


Although there have been instances where people would root their devices on their own, at Safe-Root, we don’t recommend that you root your Android device by yourself. This increases the risk of several rooting errors, including bricking your device, being more prone to malware attacks, and experiencing update issues.

To make sure that you root LG G Stylo LGMS631 properly Safe-Root has a remote rooting feature that allows you to connect with our technicians who will show you how to root LG Stylo on their end, with you in the comforts of your own home.


When you’ve finally rooted (and confirmed) your LG Stylo, you might want to download a few useful root apps from different sources. You can download Titanium Backup, a useful and highly rated app that helps backup, restore and freeze all of your apps and data. If you want to hide your rooting so you can still enjoy apps that might stop working once they’ve detected rooted units, you should give Magisk a go.