Update Moto G (2014) to Android 5.1.1 CM12.1 Nightly Lollipop Custom Firmware

CyanogenMod has done it once again, it has provided Moto G (2014) users with the latest Android Lollipop 5.1.1 version through official CM12.1 Nightly custom ROM. We enjoyed the stable experience CM12 brought but it is bound to be enhanced in this version with a new Android system base and more features. Motorola itself hasn’t shown any date to when it will release Android 5.1.1 Lollipop so this is a great chance to experience it before hand. In order to install Android 5.1.1 based CM12.1 Nightly ROM zip and Google Apps zip files, you would be required to first flash […]

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Install Moto G (2014) Android 5.0.2 CM12 Nightly Lollipop Custom ROM

CyanogenMod has extended CM12 Nightly support out to the newest Moto G (2014) from Motorola. You can now install official CM12 Nightly based on Android 5.0.2 Lollipop on your phone without much hassle. Even though Motorola has officially updated the Moto G to Android 5.0.2 Lollipop, CM12 Nightly promises a greater experience. Tweaks, performance hacks and custom settings make it definitely worth a try. In order to install Android 5.0.2 based CM12 Nightly ROM zip and Google Apps zip files, you would be required to first flash a custom recovery as this isn’t anything signed by Motorola. If this is your very […]

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How to Enter Fastboot Mode on Moto G

With this post, we will show you how you can access the built-in Fastboot mode on your Moto G. There are various reasons why you would want to access Fastboot. The reasons include the fact that on Motorola devices, to activate the recovery, you first need to access this specific mode. Also, if you are trying to manually flash a system update, you would need this mode. Fastboot needs no installation, you only need to know how you can access this part of the system. All of the steps require to enter Fastboot Mode on your Moto G are detailed below. Fastboot Mode […]

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How to Enter Recovery Mode on Moto G

Motorola’s budget line of phones, Moto G, has a very simple way for accessing the built-in Android recovery. If your phone hasn’t been modified with a custom recovery then you would get the stock recovery. Situations where your phone is slowing down or you are experiencing app crashes require you to wipe cache which is only possible through recovery. Custom recoveries, on the flip-side, have the same key uses but with added functionality such as flashing custom ROMs. You can get into the recovery mode on Moto G using the simple steps we have given below. We will be covering the […]

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How to Take Screenshots on Moto G

It’s seriously fascinating how much information can be shared via a screenshot from your Moto G. Screenshots allow to quickly capture the on screen information, be it your favorite photo, internet post or even your homescreen setup, all can be captured without any hassle. This post will be targeted towards users who have just bought their Moto G or are new to the Android culture with Motorola devices in general. As Motorola’s motive is concerned with providing near-to-stock experience, the method to take a screenshot follows this tradition and isn’t much different from Nexus devices. Even though brands like Samsung provide intuitive […]

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How to Install Moto G (2014) ClockworkMod 6 Recovery

Moto G (2014) can now be updated with the latest ClockworkMod 6 custom recovery while running Android 5.0 Lollipop firmware. CWM 6 brings all the good features associated with the ClockworkMod standard including the key features like wiping data, formatting partitions and making system backups. It’s essential that you install this recovery and install key system tweaks to get the most out of the latest Android Lollipop firmware. Custom themes and custom ROMs can only be installed if you are running a custom recovery such as CWM. To easily install CWM 6 on your Moto G (2014), you can follow our […]

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Moto G USB Drivers – Download Now

Motorola has redefined the budget phone with it’s latest Moto G (2014). Moto G (2014) provides a stock Android experience just as present on Nexus phones but in a very minimal price. The specifications are no door buster but they do the job quite well. Also, Motorola has proven the phone’s worth by updating it on the same day to Android 5.0 Lollipop as Nexus phones got theirs. For security and various other reasons, if you don’t install Motorola’s very own USB drivers then you may fall victim to connection issues and drops regardless of which operating system you are […]

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