MOTOROLA MOTO E5 Posts on XDA

TWRP is now available for the Samsung Galaxy M20, Galaxy S4 Mini (Sprint), Fairphone 3, drops support for the Moto E4+/E5, Realme 2 Pro, and Redmi 6/6A

Developers working on the Team Win Recovery Project recently unveiled TWRP 3.4.0 - a major release with several notable improvements, such as partial support for Android 10. TWRP has become the de-facto custom recovery solution for the Android modding community, as it can be used to flash ZIP archives that contain custom ROMs or other...

[Update 2: Galaxy S10e] TWRP adds support for the Exynos Samsung Galaxy S10+, Motorola Moto E5, Nokia 6.1, and Lenovo K4/K8 Note

Update 1 (5/2/19 @ 00:10 AM ET): Official support for the Exynos Samsung Galaxy S10 [beyond1lte] has also been added. The download and forum links can be found below.[/alert] TWRP has been around for many years now, growing to become the go-to solution for the community for installing any kind of after-market software solution. TWRP's open...

Android Pie GSI now available for Project Treble-enabled devices

When Google first announced Project Treble with Android 8.0 Oreo, there was some skepticism among the community about how effective Treble would be at bringing faster updates to Android devices. After seeing how Treble can help kickstart the custom development process by making it possible for supported devices to boot an AOSP Generic System Image (GSI),...

Motorola launches the 5000mAh-powered Moto E5 Plus and the Moto E5 in India

Motorola has launched the Motorola Moto E5 Plus and the Moto E5 in India. The Moto E5 Plus will go on sale for ₹11,999 ($174), while the Moto E5 will be available for ₹9,999 ($145). The smartphones slot in below the Motorola Moto G6 in Motorola's budget 2018 smartphone lineup. The Moto E5 Plus and the...

Motorola Moto E5 Render Reportedly Leaked

Motorola had a busy 2017. The Lenovo-owned smartphone maker shipped more than half a dozen Moto Mods accessories for the Moto Z Force smartphone series, launched the Moto G5 Plus and G5S Plus, and took the wraps off new Moto E and Moto X series handsets. It's looking to keep that momentum going in 2017,...