For those of you asking me why you should root your LG G3, there’s one feature you can enable with a rooted LG G3 that you probably agree is a good reason.
The LG G3 comes with dual-window multi-tasking feature similar to the Galaxy Note 3 and S5. Well, just like Note 3 and S5, the dual-window only supports handful apps out of the box like YouTube, Gmail, and a few more.
If you don’t have a rooted G3, you will be stuck with this useless dual-window feature with limited set of apps.
But with root, we can easily enable LG G3’s built-in feature to enable ALL of your apps for dual-window.
Before we begin, you need a rooted LG G3. If your G3 isn’t rooted, please follow How to Root LG G3 first!
Step 1. Download and open Build Prop Editor app from the Play Store.
Step 2. Make sure you hit “Grant/Allow” when Superuser request window pops up.
Step 3. Scroll down and find “persist.splitwindow.support_all” and set the value to “true”.
Step 4. Reboot your LG G3 and your dual-window shall now support ALL of your favorite apps for full multi-tasking!
Step 5. Once rebooted, open up dual-window and find all of your apps now enabled!
Now you can play your favorite games while getting some work done at the same time.