MOTO G 2015 Posts on XDA

LineageOS 17.1 adds support for 5 Motorola and 4 Xiaomi devices, including the Moto G (2015), Xiaomi Mi 5, and others

The LineageOS infrastructure faced a security breach in early May, which caused almost a month-long pause in the team's workflow. Fortunately, the team managed to get back on track after fixing the issue, and they have now added a bunch of Motorola and Xiaomi phones to the official LineageOS 17.1 roster. The list of Motorola devices...

Xiaomi Redmi 2, Moto G 2015, Sony Xperia Z3 Compact, HTC 10, and HTC One M8 receive Android 10 custom ROMs

Ever since it first started rolling out on September 3, Android 10 has made its way to a number of devices. Phones from the Pixel series, the Essential Phone PH-1, the Redmi K20 Pro and the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro have already received their official updates. And thanks to the active Android development...

Motorola Moto Z Play & Moto G 2015 get unofficial Android Pie ports

It didn't take long for the development community to start porting Android 9 Pie to older devices. Android Pie's source code was uploaded on August 6 after the roll-out of official updates for the Google Pixel/Xl and the Google Pixel 2/XL. For Xiaomi devices, the development community ported Android Pie to older devices particularly quickly....

Moto and Updates: More Planned Obsolesce from Lenovo’s Motorola

Planned obsolescence is a tricky grey area in every field. Advancements in science and technology allow equipment and components to last longer and perform reliably, but these improvements also have a very direct short-term impact on the sales of your future devices. After all, if the previous device is still working, that is one less compelling...

Moto G 2015 Specs

Reviewers say: Battery life on the Moto G is fantastic, as is the performance. Fit and finish is above expectations for this price point, but the camera produces inconsistent results. Another downside for this phone is the display, which is only 720p resolution and offers "dull" colors. But ultimately, it's hard to fault the Moto...