CyanogenMod 14 is now available on the second generation of Motorola’s budget phone, the Moto G. The 2nd gen of Moto G was released on 2014 by Motorola and rose to be a very popular smartphone thanks to great specifications and a very decent price.
Now,after two years, the Motorola Moto G is enjoying Android 7.0 Nougat, even though Motorola never updated it past Lollipop and Marshmallow. The Motorola Moto G (2014) can be updated to Android 7.0 Nougat via a custom ROM like CyanogenMod 14.
All thanks to “LuK1337”, a recognized developer over at XDA, who released CyanogenMod 14 for Moto G (2014) users. CM14 is based on AOSP, meaning that the entire experience is very similar to a Nexus device.
CM14 for Moto G (2014): What is working and what is not
According to the developer, most of the things are already working and only video recording is broken when using the stock camera. However, video recording works when using a third-party camera.
Working: Calls, SMS, data (RIL), WiFi, Bluetooth, camera, photos, video playback, audio, sensors, flash, LED.
Not working: Video recording while using stock camera app (Works with Google camera)
Download CyanogenMod 14 Nougat ROM for Moto G (2014)
To install CyanogenMod 14 on your Moto G, you need to have TWRP installed, wipe data, flash CM14, flash Google Apps and then you need to restart your phone. That is all you have to do. If you have any questions, let us know below.