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Rogers Kit Kat for Moto x

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6th January 2014, 05:12 PM   |  #1  
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Anyone have any news on a kitkat update for moto x? Or is there another version we can flash that works?
6th January 2014, 07:02 PM   |  #2  
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no.

lol

to be honest though, i'm loving my 4.2.2...
6th January 2014, 08:06 PM   |  #3  
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At this point they may as well hold off and wait for 4.4.2 - maybe that was always the plan, who knows. I am pretty sure 4.2.2 has better battery life and it has no active notification unlock lag.
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I flashed mine
I flashed my Rogers Moto X using the AT&T stock 4.4 image and then to KANGKAT 4.4...has been working real well so far.

Was not as easy as a traditional ROM install, but once I had it all done properly, all good.

Moto X with Kit Kat is the perfect phone.
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I'd like to root this and flash custom. Haven't done rooting in a while, is moto x easy to root

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Quote:
Originally Posted by bendirkss

I'd like to root this and flash custom. Haven't done rooting in a while, is moto x easy to root

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Yes as long as you have the ability to unlock the bootloader, only Samsung with Odin is easier,beats HTC where you have to downgrade your hboot, s-off and finally root

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