Well, if you have already accepted the latest OTA from Verizon on your LG G3 and are now looking for a method to root it, we have discovered a new root tool that was made by XDA developer jcase and it is found to be working well on Verizon LG G3 with the latest Android 4.4. firmware.
Warning: The rooting method described below is considered risky so not proceed unless you are ready for any consequences. The procedure has been tested successfully but we cannot claim that it will yield the same results to you too. Just be careful while you do the steps.
How to use StumpRoot to root Verizon LG G3:
To verify the root, you can download the following app from the Play Store and run it.
StumpRoot V1.2 Downloads:
StumpRoot V1.2 suppor for:
Verizon LG G3 Phone Photos – LG Cell Phone Pictures
Boot.img contains the kernel and ramdisk, critical files necessary to load the device before the filesystem can be mounted.
Just in case someone needs this here are stock boot.img for LG G3 Stylus D693n. It has been confirmed and working fine.
LG G3 Stylus Phone Photos - LG Cell Phone Pictures
Below is a Guide that has worked on Flashing the LG G3 D855 to Android 5.0 Lollipop V20E.
Warning: I will not be responsible for any damage of your device. Do it at your own risk! Has everything involving flashing, it always has its risks!
Download all The Files Below!
How to Flash / Update LG G3 to Android 5.0 Lollipop Steps:
1. Download all requirements, install LG USB Drivers, extract the LG flash tool zip file. And to make things a little easier, put the firmware in the same directory as where you extracted the flash tool files.
2. Enter to Download Mode and plug USB into your PC
3. Then open the LGFlashTool2014.exe up. For ‘Select Type’ choose CDMA. For ‘PhoneMode’ select DIAG. Then go down to Select KDZ file and find the kdz file.
4. Now Click normal flash. A window like this should pop up:
5. Click start. You should now see this:
6. Just click OK. A new window should pop up like this:
7. Your progress bar on your phone should now be moving. Congrats, we’re almost done. If another smaller box pops up, just ignore it.
Simply wait for the progress bar on your phone to get to 100% and the phone should reboot, and everything will be nice and new again.