MOTO X (2014) Posts on XDA

LineageOS 17.1 adds support for new OnePlus, Samsung, Xiaomi, and other devices following server hack

LineageOS is the most popular AOSP-based custom ROM out there. Its origin can be traced back to CyanogenMod, which was itself not only the most well-known custom ROM many years ago but also the reason the OnePlus One was so well-received by the community. Over the years, the team behind LineageOS has kept the project...

LineageOS 16 arrives officially on the 2014 Moto X, LG G3, and unofficially on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e

The smartphone and consumer electronics industry moves at breakneck speed, with new devices coming out one after the other. With all the quick releases and the shiny new hardware, we tend to forget that devices that have already been launched do not necessarily become unusable just because their successors have been released. Smartphones have a...

Moto X 2014 Android Lollipop Soak Test, OTA Captured!

Google has somehow been beaten to the punch in bringing the Android 5.0 update to their existing Nexus lineup. Prior to the release of Lollipop, not many of us thought that any OEM would be able to provide a new version of Android faster than Google. Well, we were wrong and we don't regret it.Just a short while...

Motorola and Samsung Gearing up for Android 5.0 Updates

In the last few years, we've gotten used to OEMs either delaying updates for seemingly an eternity or not delivering them at all. This time, I sense a disturbance in the force lately--and I'm not referring to platform/external/jarjar in the actual Android source code. Vendors are now seemingly trying to compete which each other to...

Moto X (2014) Now Available in the UK

The second generation Moto X (2014) is now available in the United Kingdom. Motorola is offering its devce in the UK through the Moto Maker customization page for the first time in its history. Motorola's high-flier is available for purchase in two variants: 16 GB of storage for £419.99, and 32 GB of internal memory for £459.99. It's...

Get an Unlocked Moto X (2014) in Whatever Color You Want

If you want to customize your phone by flashing a new kernel, you need to have an unlocked bootloader. If you don't know what a bootloader is, you probably spent a large part of your life hidden under the rock or haven't visited our forum too often.The Moto X (2014) was announced at IFA last week and we are eagerly waiting...