So If You Clicked On This Post From The Thousands Of Search Results You Saw On Google You’re Probably Here For The Android Oreo ROM Moto G 2013 [Falcon] And Probably Also On How To Flash It? Well If Your Answer Is Yes, Then My Friend You’re At The Right Place!
Android Oreo ROM Moto G 2013 [Falcon]
After The Release Of Android Oreo, A Lot Of Custom ROM Makers Like LineageOS, Ressurection Remix, Etc. Have Released Custom Oreo Builds For A Lot Of Devices! So In This “Custom ROM” Series That I’ve Been Doing For A While, I’m Going To Now Feature The New Android Oreo Builds For The Available Devices.
Today’s Device – Moto G 2013 [Falcon]
Keep In Mind That I Only Do This Series / Tutorials To Make It Easier For Newcomers To Flash New ROMs On Their Devices Safe & Secure. I Don’t Own Any ROM I Just Show A How To Flash It Tutorial
Today, Thanks To The Hard Work Of XDA Users
- @luca020400: for working the msm8226 – lineage maintainer
- @LuK1337: for working the msm8226 – lineage maintainer
As Well As Other People Like
- Motorola: For providing the Kernel Source Code
- LineageOS Team
Moto G 2013 Users Can Flash New LineageOS 15.0 [Android Oreo] ROMs On Their Phones! I Highly Recommend Checking Out Other Works Of These Guys As Well As Donate If You Find Their Work Awesome 🙂
With The Credits Out Of The Way, Let’s Now Talk About What’s You’ll Be Needing Before You Flash The ROM
Things You Need
In Order To Flash The New Android Oreo ROM, You Moto G 2013 Should Be Rooted And Have A Custom TWRP Recovery Installed On It. If However You Don’t Know How To Root Your Moto G 2013 Or You Don’t Have A Custom Recovery Installed. You Can First Check Out These Guides!
LineageOS 15.0 Android Oreo Screenshots
Android Oreo [Moto G 2013] Screenshots - Lock Screen [Portrait] - AndroidCUT
Android Oreo [MOTO G 2013] Screenshots - About Phone [Portrait] - AndroidCUT
Android Oreo [MOTO G 2013] Screenshots - Setting's App [Portrait] - AndroidCUT
Android Oreo [MOTO G 2013] Screenshots - Search Apps [Portrait] - AndroidCUT
Android Oreo [Moto G 2013] Screenshots - Notification Toggles [Portrait] - AndroidCUT
Android Oreo [MOTO G 2013] Screenshots - Notification Pannel [Portrait] - AndroidCUT
You've Found The Easter Egg!
The screenshots provided above are the sample ones. Though to be honest LineageOS will look pretty much like stock anyways…
Working Features Of The ROM
- ROM Is Booting Up.
- RIL (Calls, SMS, Data) On Single Sim
- WIFI Is Running.
- Video Playback Supported.
- Audio With Record and Playback.
- Rear Flash
- Notification LED
- GPS & Navigation.
What’s NOT Working
- The Camera Isn’t Working (A Patch Is Underway)
- Bluetooth Driver
- RIL (Only Dual Sims devices)
- SELinux Is Permissive
Download Android Oreo ROM For Moto G 2013 [Falcon]
Users who are interested in the ROM can download it from the Android File Host’s Download Page. Currently, the ROM is available for these models so please tap on the download link specific for your device.
Because The ROM Is An Unofficial Build, It Is Not Available To Download From The Official LineageOS Website (At Least For Now) Instead You Can Download It From The AndroidFileHost.com
Moto G 2013 [Falcon]
How To Flash A Rom Tutorial
So if you’re interested in trying out the ROM (Which you should) But you don’t know How To Flash A ROM then you can check out this little tutorial that I’ve written on How To Flash A ROM On Your Device.
- Your Device Should Be Rooted With TWRP Custom Recovery Installed.
- Backup Your Current Data.
- Battery Should Be Above 25%.
- Download The Android Nougat ROM From Above.
- Put The Downloaded ROM In Your SD Card.
Step 1: Entering Recovery Mode
Shut Down Your Tablet and wait till it’s completely turned off (You’ll hear a buzz sound when it’s completely turned off) after which enter the Recovery mode by pressing the Home Button + Volume Up + Power Button at the same until you see the Samsung boot logo pop-up.
Step 2: Wiping The System
Once you’re in the recovery, The home screen would look like this. In the menu that you can see, tap on the “Wipe” Tile to enter the Wiping Zone.
Step 3: Advance Wiping.
Once you enter the wiping zone. Tap on “Advance Wipe” & select all the following items.
- Dalvik/ART Cache.
Once you’ve selected these items, slide the bar below to wipe. After the wipe is done, Go back to the home screen by pressing the software keys at the bottom of the screen.
Step 4: Installing The ROM
On the home screen, Tap on the “Install” Tile to open Installation menu. In the Installation menu browse through the files & select the ROM that you’ve downloaded.
- Example – Storage/External_SD-Card/Downloads/ROM.zip
Once you’ve found the ROM, tap on it to select and just like last time, Slide the bar on the bottom to flash it. The ROM flashing process will now start & will take 4-5 Minutes to complete After which you need to flash the GApps Which Can Be Found From The Conveniently Placed Links Below.
Don’t Know What Are GApps Or How To Flash Them? No Worries! Check Out Our Full Guide On How To Flash GApps On Any Android Phone.
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