MOTO E Posts on XDA

Motorola’s Success: The Repertoire That Saved Them

Motorola had a big turn-around in just a few years. While their Droid line-up was one of the devices to kick-start the hearts of Android fans, they had a short period of time where their direction was not all that clear. For a while they released devices like the Droid Razr that weren't bad in...

How to Control Both Moto G and Moto E LEDs

Notification LEDs offer a great way to check for notification at a glance on the Moto G (2013) and Moto E. That being said, you may want greater control over them to check on charging status as well or even your eMMC (internal or external storage) activity. All of this is possible, assuming your device...

MultiROM Ported to the Moto E

Few categories of Android development are as intrinsically interesting as the ability to boot into multiple operating systems. Multiboot, as it's most commonly known, allows one to do exactly this. The most popular implementation of multiboot that we've seen on the Android platform comes in the form of XDA Recognized Developer Tasssadar's MultiROM. MultiROM has been officially and unofficially ported...

Get to Know Your Moto E Inside Out with All-in-One Guide

Ever since it was announced and released earlier this year, the affordable and powerful Moto E has been embraced by a very active community here and hence has seen much development. Of course, this is also due to the open nature towards aftermarket support Motorola has given it, as seen with gestures such as the...

Let’s the Games Begin! SlimKat and Unofficial CM11 Ported to the Moto E

The Moto G, which was released back in 2013, has seen great success. The cheap and powerful device almost immediately found its way into the pockets of many XDA users around the world. Lenovo, after purchasing Motorola, decided to release an even more budget-friendly successor, the Moto E.The Moto E's firmware is close to AOSP, but in contrast to Nexus...

The Moto E is One Step Closer to Source-Built ROM Goodness

Motorola released two very successful devices last year: the Moto G and Moto X. Both were (and still are) great smartphones in their respective categories. And by releasing the G, Motorola showed other OEMs that good devices don't have to be very expensive. Not too long ago, Motorola released the even more wallet friendly Moto E, which is poised to conquer the developing markets. Right after...

Android 4.4.3 Rolling Out to Moto X, E, and G Starting Today!

Folks, it looks like Good Guy Moto is at it again! Just yesterday, we covered the launch of Android 4.4.3, and today we took a look at the latest version of KitKat what exactly has changed in 4.4.3. Also earlier today, the update started making its way out to the WiFi-only version of the Nexus 7 (2013). Now,...

GPL-Mandated Moto E Kernel Source Finally Released, Razr M/HD Source Updated to KitKat

We've talked quite a bit about the highly affordable Moto E ever since its launch earlier this month. We first shared a system dump a little under two weeks ago, and that was quickly followed by a preliminary TWRP build. Then two days after that, Motorola graciously allowed us to bootloader unlock the device.Despite all of this early progress, one thing...

Motorola Now Lets You Unlock the Moto E Bootloader

We've talked quite a bit about the recently released Moto E in the past week. From its official launch to a system dump, root, and unofficial TWRP recovery, the device has had an active start. And thanks to its incredibly low, unsubsidized price point, relatively decent specs, and hallmark Motorola support, it's no big surprise that...

Root and Unofficial TWRP Recovery Available for the Moto E

It's been a short while since Motorola, now owned by Lenovo, announced the Moto E. In many ways, the E is quite similar to the extremely popular Moto G thanks to its affordable price point and great user experience. This cheap, but capable good device may well become a big success.The Moto E was launched with a near stock...

Pick Apart the Guts of the Moto E with a System Dump

You may recall that we recently added a forum here on XDA for the Moto E. Following up on the highly regarded and wallet-friendly Moto G, the Moto E manages to undercut the G on price, while still offering competent specs capable of delivering a great user experience. Naturally given the device's performance/price ratio, it is destined to...

Forums added for the Moto E, LG G3, and LG L3 II, L5 II, L7 II, L9 II

We recently added a few forums for some upcoming devices from LG and Motorola. First up is Motorola's offering. Back near the tail end of last year, Motorola released the highly regarded (and budget friendly) Moto G. What made this device special wasn't its spec sheet or its hardware design, but rather the fact that Motorola...