LG Ally Says Hello to Root


At long last, the LG Ally has been rooted. The device – which was released on Verizon late May – hasn’t had the most vocal fanbase (in terms of “power users”, anyway) but that doesn’t mean the development community isn’t there. After a shaky trial and error process, instructions are now up and you Ally users can enjoy the joys of being freed from the chains of all that is evil (or – to put it less dramatically – you can be happy knowing you’ll be able to do what you want with your device).


Take a look-see at this post over on AndroidForums to get started.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Awesome news. Now if someone could root the Backflip so I can get the AT&T crapware off of it so my wife will stop bitching at me.

  2. Ally not bad device. My wife traded her BB Tour for one nad loves it. It is not my Incredible or my Moto Droid but it is not a bad device. I like it in alot of ways.

  3. I compared the Ally to the Droid and Devour and found it smoother, more responsive and a better fit in my hand. Loving the Ally. ROOT will be awesome for backup potential.

  4. Ally is a great piece of hardware. Just overlooked because it was a little late to the game. Rooting now.

  5. We need custom roms and 2.2 for the ally

  6. Z4root not working for my LG Ally. In fatc my phone blocks any app that can b viewed as a hacking application. Can some1 lay out all the steps please!

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