Motorola Moto G gets officially supported builds from CyanogenMod

CyanogenMod, the developers of the most popular custom ROM of Android, have announced that the Motorola Moto G is now an officially supported device.


The Moto G’s official ROMs will have the build name Falcon, with support for all variants of the device.

The blog post reads,

First, we’re proud to announce that the Motorola G is now an officially supported device in CyanogenMod. This popular budget phone will carry the designation of ‘falcon’ – with a unified build for both the xt1032 and xt1034 variants. We are in the beginning stages of supporting the multi-sim capable xt1033, so please be patient as we work through that process.

You can find  the available ROMs for the device here, but keep in mind these are nightly builds, and as such are not recommended as a daily driver. the currently available ROM for the Moto G is CyanogenMod 11. We will test the ROM soon, and write an article on how to do so.

I am using a rooted Moto G, running on the stock 4.4.2 version. If you haven’t updated to the latest version, read this post to learn how you can update it Over The Air (OTA), or manually flash the same update without rooting the device.

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Ashwin Karthik
Originally a Business Grad, Ashwin is a natural at testing and reviewing apps & games for Windows and Android Apps, as well as flashing ROMs. A proud owner of a Redmi K20, he is also an avid gamer and loves playing on his Computer, PS4 & Nintendo consoles.

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