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For work need:
1) Install Motorola Modality Services . (apk Below)
2) If you have already install Motorola Assist (if not, install It from playstore)
3) you can reboot the phone and the new function appear.
Did you pull it from the system? I just gave my Moto X to my dad, and he;s away. Can I use your apk for the thread? I'll credit you.
 
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For work need:
1) Install Motorola Modality Services . (apk Below)
2) If you have already install Motorola Assist (if not, install It from playstore)
3) you can reboot the phone and the new function appear.
Confirm this working. Assist with driving now, will try it when I hit the road.

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It worked here!

I had to do the process 2 times, but it worked! now I have driving mode and "home" mode!

I still haven't tried driving but I'll do it in a few hours

Thanks!

Edit: it doensn't work, it installs and everything looks fine but when on car or at home (the 2 new features) it keep saying that mobility service has stopped.
 
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Default Driving mode battery effect?

Hi, I'm temped to install this on my phone, but how does the moto g determine when to turn on driving mode? I know the moto x uses one of the contextual processor cores of the X8 chip, but the moto g doesn't have a low powered contextual core. Does this mean that it is constantly using the accelerometer and how does this effect battery life?

Just looking for some opinions of people who have actually used the driving mode.

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