A Next Generation Blog

How to Update Your Motorola Moto G with CyanogenMod 11 4.4.2 custom ROM

The team of CyanogenMod recently introduced the first ever custom ROM for Motorola Moto G. The custom ROM is based on Android 4.4.2 KitKat OS and since this is an unofficial ROM, so the users need to flash the TWRP and clockworkmod recovery first on their device before starting the update. However, it’s a stable ROM and all significant stuff is working fine after the installation.

Motorola Moto G

Still if you face any problem after applying the zip files, then you need to root your device. But rooting your device will end with the cancellation of your warranty which you can retrieve only by applying the official ROM via Odin. Here we bring you the procedure and rooting credentials for your Moto G device.

NB: Ensure that you are rooting the device with your responsibility and BlogZamana will no way remain responsible for that. So read the tutorial properly before flashing the Custom ROM into your device.


  • Motorola Moto G handset
  • Original USB
  • Computer
  • Backup of all your important files
  • Enabling the USB Debugging option from the developers section of your device
  • At least 50% battery backup before initiating the rooting process


CyanogenMod 11 4.4.2 custom ROM (From XDA Developers Link)

Update of Moto G with CyanogenMod 11 4.4.2 custom ROM

  • First of all backup all the important files in your device.
  • Download all required files such as Google Apps pack, ClockWork Mod Recovery for 4.4 bootloader and TWRP for 4.4 bootloader for your Smartphone device.
  • Then connect your device to your PC via USB cable and place all the files in the root of the SD card. Ensure that you have not placed the files in any folder since in recovery mode those wouldn’t be recognized.
  • Now you need to Flash the files. For that download ROM manager app from Play Store and put the device into recovery mode after tapping on it. Now click on the Install zip option from SD card and select all the files i.e. clockwork mod, then TWRP and then the Google Apps. Make sure all files are flashed one after another.
  • Now click on reboot system and wait still it automatically reboots to normal.

Congrats! Now you have successfully updated the CyanogenMod 11 4.4.2 custom ROM to your Motorola Moto G device. In case of any issues, don’t forget to mention your concern in the comment section.

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.