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Ok I wouldn't recommend flashing custom Roms or recovery, root using this method for 4.4 http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2585755 and install xposed framework and gravity box kk to get most mods from custom ROMs without messing with system or installing ROMs as most ROMs on here for moto g aren't stable and have lots of bugs or are derivitaves of the stock KitKat ROM and don't really add anything. Google xposed installer it is brilliant

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Never seen the xposed framework before, looks really interesting will deffinitely give it a whirl the modules look really interesting.

Lol, cant thank you enough mate youve been really helpful.

...and the only person who bothered to get back to me.

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Never seen the xposed framework before, looks really interesting will deffinitely give it a whirl the modules look really interesting.

Lol, cant thank you enough mate youve been really helpful.

...and the only person who bothered to get back to me.

Best regards!
More then welcome , xposed framework is way to go IMHO , good luck
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