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Motorola Moto G was a huge hit in India, and using this advantage Motorola in 2014 launched the second generation of Moto G which have advanced hardware than the previous build. The official second-generation Moto G version has a 5-inch IPS LCD HD display, 1.2 GHz quad-core snapdragon processor powered with a non-removable lithium-ion 2070 mAh battery. Today I will tell you to root, flash or downgrade your phone to the stock Kit Kat firmware. This is the most easy and fast process with which you can perform all the illegal process with just a press of any key on you keyboard.

All this processes that this software do are illegal, that means your phone’s manufacturer or Google don’t recommend these processes with your phone because theses processes are risky and may brick your device if any thing goes wrong during this process. All these processes may voids your phone’s warranty and you will be charged for nay assistance if you need for your phone in future. So perform these actions at your own risk.

Moto G 2014

You probably do not know that all the processes that the software do are illegal and risky so it’s better to take a backup of all the important data stored on your phone. Sync all of your important contacts to your Google account this will keep your contacts safe. Backup all of your media files to your PC or any other external drive.

You need a Windows-based PC (not Mac’s) with a working internet connection. Also make sure that your PC should have all the antivirus like software disabled during this process, A USB cable and your phone. Enable USB debugging on your phone by going to Settings > Developer Options > enable USB debugging mode. To make sure that your phone won’t get off automatically due to lack of battery juice you should charge it ti at least 70% battery.

Steps to root/unroot and install a custom recovery on Mot G 2nd Gen

  1. First you have to install adb drivers and Android SDK on your PC, this is important to make this titan tools software work on your PC.
  2. Now download and install USB drivers for Motorola on your PC.
  3. Download Titantools toolkit from here and extract it on your PC’s desktop.
  4. Connect your phone to your PC and launch the titantools.exe file from the extracted folder.
  5. From the toolkit select the action you want to perform with your device, titan tools will do that for you.

Congrats! Now you have a one click toolkit which will do all the illegal actions you want to do with your phone. Like and share this article to make it useful for your friends also. Otherwise, you can head to think links and install the best root checker app for Android for after you’ve finished the guide.

Once you have a custom recovery installed, you can check out the custom ROMs available for your device. We already have a ‘best of’ collection. Here is the 7 best custom ROMs for the Motorola Moto G 2014.

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