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Newb-Friendly Guide to Rooting Moto G 4G LTE(peregrine)

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23rd August 2014, 01:21 PM   |  #41  
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Mods, please close this thread. The information, while functioning is outdated and better alternatives have been created.
4th September 2014, 05:25 AM   |  #42  
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Well, thanks for the answers.

I just finished the unlock process through Motorola website, it worked nicely.

I have a 8GB XT1040 (4G south american).

Can you guys recommend wich recovery is best, and maybe a ROM?

Thanks for yous help!
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Originally Posted by mefxes

Well, thanks for the answers.

I just finished the unlock process through Motorola website, it worked nicely.

I have a 8GB XT1040 (4G south american).

Can you guys recommend wich recovery is best, and maybe a ROM?

Thanks for yous help!

I'm using TWRP as my recovery (from this thread), and I'm staying with the stock ROM but am using Xposed, which adds a bunch of features to the phone (highly recommend the GravityBox module).
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Me too! The Moto G version of kitkat has been modified to allow moving some things to the sdcard. Xposed and gravitybox allow for adding all the features you usually get from a cyanogenmod rom while still using the stock rom. The last time I looked, the cyanogenmod roms still had some issues on the moto 4G - make sure you read the notes carefully before you take the plunge.
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