One of the best rooted apps for your AT&T variant of the LG G Pad 7.0 is the LEDs Hack app available from App Brain. The LEDs Hack application lets you disable and enable the LED notification system on your Android operating system.

LG G Pad 7.0

Files You Need

  1. Download the KingRoot universal one-click rooting app from its home on this page.
  2. You are voiding the warranty of the G Pad 7.0 by following this guide. You can unroot the G Pad by opening the KingUser app from your app drawer. You get the KingUser app as part of the KingRoot bundle when you install it on your device. The third and final app (KingMaster) is for improving your devices performance.

Rooting the AT&T LG G Pad 7.0

  1. Make sure you have the Unknown Sources turned on from the G Pad 7.0 by pointing to the Menu > Settings > Security > Unknown Sources. Now you can install any third-party app on your G Pad from outside the Google Play Store.
  2. Download the KingRoot APK from the files section above directly to your computer and drag it over to the desktop from its default download location.
  3. Connect the G Pad 7.0 to the same computer as your file using the USB cable you would normally use for charging the battery.
  4. Transfer the KingRoot APK file over to the root of the internal storage SD card.
  5. Unplug the G pad from the computer and install the APK file on your device.
    – you might want to check out some of the best File Manager apps for Android to get that done.
  6. Launch the KingRoot application from the app drawer once you have converted it from the APK form.
  7. Tap the large button from within the app that suggests getting root access on your device.
  8. Wait for the progress bar on the display to reach 100% and for the success message to be on the display before exiting the app.
  9. Your G Pad is now rooted, but first you must reboot the device before doing anything else.
  10. Open the Google Play Store app on the G Pad and install the root checker app. Use the root checker app to verify that your device does have the root access you needed before installing your rooted apps from the Play Store.

You might want to get started by installing the LEDs Hack app from App Brain we talked about earlier.