- September 7, 2017 at 5:53 AM #25065
Android Oreo 8.0 ROM, Moto G 2014 LineageOS 15 has now arrived via a development build. If you want the OFFICIAL Lineage OS update or some more Android Oreo ROMs then stay tuned to the Android Oreo Lineage OS 15 ROMs page or the AOSP Android Oreo ROMs devices list page. This Lineage OS 15 for Moto G 2014 is brought to you by developer LuK1337 and luca020400.
DONATION TO DEVELOPER:DISCLAIMER:
THIS IS AN INITIAL BUILD WHICH MAY NOT BOOT AT ALL. HAVE A BACKUP BEFORE FLASHING THIS AND TRY AT YOUR OWN RISK. Installing a custom ROM on a Moto G 2014 (titan) requires an unlocked bootloader on Moto G 2014 (titan), which may VOID your warranty and may delete all your data. Before proceeding further you may consider backup all data on the phone. You are the only person doing changes to your phone and I cannot be held responsible for the mistakes done by you.
Status of Motorola Moto G 2014 Lineage OS 15 Oreo 8 ROM:WHAT’S WORKING:
– RIL (Calls, SMS, Data)
– Video Playback
– Audio ( Record and Playback )
– LedKNOWN ISSUES:
– SELinux is permissive
REQUIRED LINKS AND FILES FOR MOTO G 2014 LINEAGEOS 15 OREO CUSTOM ROM:
HOW TO INSTALL/DOWNLOAD/FLASH/UPDATE Lineage OS 15 FOR Moto G 2014 OREO CUSTOM ROM:
Complete the initial setup and enjoy Android Oreo 8.0 with Lineage OS 15 for Moto G 2014. After the installation of LineageOS 15 for Moto G 2014 you may want to enable ROOT access on your phone and here is how you can do that:
Follow this if you are flashing LineageOS 15 for Moto G 2014 for the first time, or coming from another ROM:
Points to NOTE:
– Try to avoid restoring apps backup using Titanium Backup. It may break things up.
– Don’t restore system data using Titanium Backup! It will definitely break the current installation.
– It is also discouraged to Restoring Apps + Data using Titanium Backup.
- Download and Copy the GApps and Moto G 2014 LineageOS 15 ROM ZIP to your phone.
- Boot into Recovery. Make sure to have a Custom recovery like CWM or TWRP or any other custom recovery. If not then follow the Custom Recovery Installation Guide for Moto G 2014 (it’s a generic guide which will work for TWRP as well as CWM recovery or any other recovery)
- Wipe data factory reset, Cache partition, Dalvik Cache and Format the System partition.
– Here is a guide explaining how to wipe data using TWRP recovery.
This will delete all your data on your phone. You may consider complete backup of your phone data or take a NANDROID backup of the current ROM
– How to backup all data on your Android Device
– how to take NANDROID backup using TWRP recovery
- First flash the Moto G 2014 Lineage OS 15 ROM ZIP from device. Then flash the GApps zip from your device memory.
– Here is a post explaining how to install Lineage OS
- Then reboot into recovery (don’t skip this) and flash the Gapps for LineageOS 15 package.
– Here is a post explaining how to flash GApps using TWRP recovery.
- Reboot and Enjoy the Oreo 8.0 LineageOS 15 ROM for Moto G 2014.
Upgrading from earlier version of Lineage OS 15 for Moto G 2014 (titan):
- Copy the latest Moto G 2014 Lineage 15 ROM ZIP file to your phone.
- Boot into Recovery.
- Flash the latest LineageOS 15 Oreo ROM ZIP from your phone.
– Here is a post explaining how to install LineageOS
- Then flash the Lineage 15 Oreo GApps package.
– Here is a post explaining how to flash GApps using TWRP recovery.
- Reboot and Enjoy
How to Enable ROOT on LineageOS 15.
If you find any BUGs or if you have any issues on this ROM then here is the development thread.October 15, 2017 at 9:57 AM #26413
Presently I am on Lineage OS 14.1 on my Moto G Titan (“lineage14.1-20171013-nightly-titan-signed.zip). When I tried to install the “lineage-15.0-20171012-UNOFFICIAL-titan” ROm on my Moto G Titan, I aam getting “Error: This package is for devices: titan, titan_umts, titan_udstv, titan_umtsds, titan_retaildsds, XT1068, XT1064, XT1063, XT1069; this device is .” and the update process ended with ERROR: 7. Can you kindly guide me how to upgdate my Moto G Titan with Lineage OS 15.0.
Thanks for the help.
G PalaniappanOctober 16, 2017 at 2:01 AM #26435August 1, 2018 at 3:45 PM #41937
Any update on this ROM? or Does it have any chances to get fixed in near future?
Please either +ve or -ve.August 1, 2018 at 6:02 PM #41975
Moto G 2014 is a bit old device and LuK1337, luca020400 (and of course other devs) are the key developer of the Lineage OS 15.1 ROM for Moto G 2014.
If you see from the list of developed ROMs by LuK1337, it seems he is moving more towards the newer phones.
I see the last Lineage OS 15.1 build for Moto G 2014 was on 13th March 2018.
From this I can tell you that it’s more probable that there would be no further development on this unless some other developer takes control.
This post is for Lineage OS 15 build which is a bit older.
On the Lineage OS 15.1 for Moto G 2014, I see one user has reported that the Video Recording also works flawless on this device and on the Lineage OS 15.1 ROM build.
But ultimately you have to try that and see how things are on this build.
Else, you can wait for some other users to write about their experience on this ROM.August 2, 2018 at 1:00 AM #42008August 2, 2018 at 1:05 AM #42009
Also, What do I see is, build 14.1 still getting regular nightly updates!August 2, 2018 at 8:36 AM #42019
If you are talking of OFFICIAL LineageOS 14.1 then I will say these are automated builds.
Even if there is no code changes made, the build will continue every week.
I did not see any code change made neither to titan (codename for Moto G 2014) device tree nor to the kernel in last couple of months.August 2, 2018 at 12:55 PM #42056
Sorry out of the main topic here, but seems mysterious, How come these changes arrives (attached screen shot)
Jelly: Show a Snackbar when removing an HistoryItem
libgralloc: Fix adding offset to the mapped base address
DO NOT MERGE SMP: Validate remote elliptic curve points
Telephony: Get rid of build warnings
Remove unnecessary casts in postUpdateSlider()
Revert “config: Remove 7z lib7z unrar unzip zip makefile entries”
Fix the “Alarm volume” icon is displayed incorrectly
PhoneWindowManager: Allow torch and track skip during ambient display
init.rc: move load_system_props to beginning of ‘on fs’
Fix wrong peek height of the notification panel
Attachments:January 22, 2019 at 2:51 PM #68829
My dads Motorola G2 got stuck in a bootloop on original software last month, so i took it and through the easyinstaller for this device gave it a factory reset and all was well again.
Now is this device still on android 6.0 and i’m trying to figure out if i can update this device manually. it’s been a few years since i stopped playing with android phones and trying different ROMs, and frankly i can’t see the forest through the trees here. Ican find some different version here, an older cyanogen mod and some versions of lineage OS, there are some builds but i don’t see many updates for it and have no idea if it’ll work anyting near stable. i want to upgrade, but i also want a pretty hassle-free version, is the only solution staying at stock android 6.0? Or are there good/official/fairly bug free versions for the motorola D2 (titan)?
tanks for any advice,
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