How to Root LG G Pad 8.3 V500

A change is on the horizon for your LG G Pad 8.3 V500. If your tablet hasn’t had a change in a while, maybe you should consider a rooting. By featuring root access, your gadget will acquire lots of new elements. And it will deliver a great performance!

Before this tutorial takes off, you need to know a little something about the rooting tool we chose. It’s a dedicated app with the following name: SRSRoot. You can use it even if your device isn’t the LG G Pad 8.3 V500. This tool is meant to work with various gadgets (smartphones and tablets alike) devised by different manufacturers.

If you wish to install this app, many goodies will await you and your gadget. We’ll take a look at them now. When you run the new app, your tablet’s going to feature custom ROMs. Released last year, your device will enjoy root-only apps, as well. Its Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS won’t face damage; the SRSRoot is meant for all the versions of Android out there.LG-G-Pad-8.3-V500

The benefits of this procedure

We used JDQ39B as today’s Build ID. Thankfully, this app lets you use many Build IDs. The tablet has this kind of CPU: a quad-core 1.7 GHz Krait 300. The speed it delivers will become so much better than usual. A rooted device can sport new features and battery enhancement tweaks. You will have multiple customization tweaks, too. Moreover, admin and superuser permission will also land on your tablet.

After the rooting is finished, your gadget won’t have bloatware. Apart from that, no security issues will threaten it. This application is also a great unrooting tool. Last but not least: it’s powered by an SRS Server and it comes free of charge.

Consider this if you want an update afterwards: root access shall be revoked. The disadvantages don’t end here. Your tablet won’t have its system partition after you’re done with the upgrade. The rooting of your LG G Pad 8.3 V500 will revoke its warranty. Good news, though: you can have this restored.


Look at these pre-requisites and perform them:

  • you should perform a backup if you wish to protect the tablet’s content from damage;
  • your laptop needs to have USB drivers running on it;
  • here they are, so get them from there on the laptop;
  • open all of the tablet’s security programs and have them disabled afterwards;
  • a full NANDroid backup is required next, so you should initiate one;
  • your LG G Pad 8.3 V500 will need to have a battery that is fully charged;
  • your laptop must sport Windows as an OS;
  • open the same on your laptop and make sure they are disabled, too.

Step by step instructions

  1. You have this to perform for the first step: download the SRSRoot on your laptop. The app is going to appear on this page; more precisely, a download button will show up there.
  2. Tapping it will begin the app’s download on your device. Give this phase a couple of minutes to end. Continue with this task: install, on the laptop, the file you downloaded on it.
  3. Open it next, then do this: activate Unknown Sources. The way to turn this option on is by tapping other options. Start with Menu and end with Settings.
  4. The option called Unknown Sources is under the second one we just mentioned.
  5. When you are done tapping that, go to USB Debugging and, in case it hasn’t been turned on, do it afterwards. If this option’s already enabled, create a connection between the tablet and laptop.
  6. The plugging has to be established via the tablet’s USB cable. After the devices enter it, you have to go on and begin the rooting.
  7. [sc name=”banner-jos”]To do that, we recommend tapping this option: Root Device (All Methods). The process is going to be over in no more than 13 minutes. However, should you see that the process makes you wait more than indicated, then you have to do this: redo the steps.
  8. After you are done with the waiting, you’ll be required to reboot the LG G Pad 8.3 V500. This is a step which should be perform with this option: Reboot System Now.

Tap it to activate the action, then wait till the tablet restarts. After you see that it does, you can start exploring the pros of using a rooted tablet.

If none of these advantages is as great as advertised, the SRSRoot is ready to unroot your gadget.

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