Motorola Moto G 2014 (codenamed “titan”) has officially been given support by Team Win Recovery Project with the release of TWRP v184.108.40.206. This version brings tons of improvements over the previous build including several MTP optimizations, SuperSU 2.40 as well as AArch64 compatibility. In this article I’ve given a quick step-by-step tutorial on flashing TWRP 2.8.3 on your Moto G.
Download TWRP 220.127.116.11 Custom Recovery
- Device: Moto G 2nd Generation
- Codename: titan
- Version: v18.104.22.168
- SuperSU: v2.40
- Date: 22-12-2014
- Status: Official
- Type: Flashable Image
- File Name: openrecovery-twrp-22.214.171.124-titan.img
- MD5 Hash: b5bc86a9c611c1143c5c115bb782dcf8
Download Link: Click here (Size: 9.4 MB) to download TWRP 2.8.3 image file for Moto G 2014
Install TWRP 126.96.36.199 on Moto G 2014
- Moto G 2014 (falcon) with unlocked bootloader
- A USB Cable along with the appropriate drivers on PC
- Access to the latest version of Fastboot and ADB installed on computer (Install this)
- At least 50% of battery remaining
- Backup of stock recovery image
Disclaimer: Although this custom recovery is well-tested and fully stable, we still won’t be held liable for any kind of damage caused by this recovery. If you’re not sure then do some research on it. You proceed at your own risk!
- Download the aforementioned recovery image “openrecovery-twrp-188.8.131.52-titan.img” on your PC.
- Disconnect all cables and turn off your Moto G.
- Reboot into Fastboot mode by holding Volume Down + Power key for a few seconds.
- On your computer, open a command window in the directory where you’ve the recovery image [Press Shift + Right Mouse Button and then select “open command window here”]
- Connect your device to the computer in bootloader mode.
- In the command line type this to verify the connection: fastboot devices
- Now it’s time to flash the recovery (copy & paste this command): fastboot flash recovery openrecovery-twrp-184.108.40.206-titan.img
- It’ll take a second to the flash the recovery.
- When you’re done, press the Vol Down key to enter the new custom recovery. Now you can make Nandroid backups, flash custom ROMs and perform sideloads as much as you want.
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