Moto G 2014 (2nd Gen)

Here you will find everything you need for the Moto G 2014 (2nd Gen) From unlocking the bootloader, installing a custom recovery and more. Just make sure your device is a 2014 edition (2nd Gen) and not another version from the huge Moto G lineup to prevent yourself from suffering the pain of a bricked phone.

ROMs

CyanogenMod 13

This ROM is an official build of CyanogenMod 13, 6.0 Marshmallow for the Moto G 2014, code name titan. For the XDA Thread on this ROM click here. Make sure you have plenty of battery (Around 70%) before flashing the ROM. A custom recovery such as TWRP is required to install this ROM. If you have any problems feel free to contact me.

  • Download the CyanogenMod 13 (If link is broken Here) and Gapps 6.0 onto your device.

  • Reboot into Recovery.

  • Make a backup just in case something goes wrong and you need to restore to a previous state.

  • Click ‘Wipe’ and swipe to factory reset, this MUST happen (This does not wipe your Internal Storage don’t worry)

  • Then press ‘Install’ and navigate to the folder where you downloaded the CyanogenMod 13 and tap it.

  • Press ‘add more zips’ and find Gapps 6.0, tap this.

  • Swipe to confirm flash, this will take a while, let it finish

  • First boot up may take a while however if it takes more than 10 minutes you may be in a bootloop

  • If this is the caset boot back to recovery and restore your backup

  • If everything works then enjoy your new ROM!

Watch the video here.

Remove unlock bootloader warning

After unlocking the bootloader on your Moto G 2014 (titan) you will find an annoying ‘Unlocked Bootloader Warning’ everytime upon boot, this can be quite annoying. This simple guide will help you remove this warning by replacing it with the original Motorola Logo.

Method 1 (Fastboot)

  • Download this file to your computer (If you don’t already have them you will need the ADB and Fastboot files)

  • Reboot you Moto G into Bootloader (power off and hold volumedown and power for 3 seconds) and connect to your computer

  • Type ‘fastboot devices’ to verify your device is connected, if it is fastboot and a string of numbers and letters will appear

  • If everything is working type ‘fastboot.exe flash logo logo.bin’

  • Wait this this to flash, afterwards you may unplug your device and boot up normally

  • The warning should no longer be present

Method 2 (TWRP/Recovery)

  • Download this file to your device

  • Reboot your device into recovery mode (volume down + power to enter bootloader, then select recovery)

  • Click install and flash the .zip file

  • The warning should no longer be present

All Downloads

CyanogenMod 13(Link broken at current time, use if it’s working)

CyanogenMod 13 (Latest version I had a copy of)

Gapps Marshallow (Mini)

Remove Bootloader Warning (TWRP)

Remove Bootloader Warning (Fastboot)

Update SuperSU 2.4.6.zip