How to Update Motorola Moto G 2014 XT1069 to Android 6.0 Marshmallow CM13 Unofficial Custom ROM [Simple Steps]

Androidbiits.com brings a spectacular news for Motorola Moto G XT1069 [titan] users. According to XDA developer LuK1337, Android 6.0 Marshmallow CM13 [Unified] Unofficial Custom ROM is now available for Motorola Moto G 2014 XT1069 [titan]. You will be able to taste Marshmallow 6.0 on Moto G XT1069 [titan] after installing CM13 [Unified]. It will provide a great experience on your XT1069 [titan]. Androidbiits.com has recently posted the step-by-step tutorial for updating Samsung Galaxy Nexus GT-I9250 to Marshmallow 6.0 using AOSP [maguro]. The spectacular news is that XT1069 owners can now install Android 6.0 Marshmallow CM13 [Unified] on Motorola Moto G XT1069 [titan]. Isn’t it wonderful? Androidbiits.com will post the steps to update Motorola Moto G XT1069 to Android 6.0 Marshmallow CyanogenMod 13 [Unified]. This is really a spectacular news for the owners of XT1069 [titan]. Oh yes, it is an experimental build, so you may face some issues on XT1069 [titan] after installing CM13.

I am expecting that XT1069 users will be able to install Android 6.0 Marshmallow CM13 [Unified] on XT1069 [titan] safely without having difficulty after reading the tutorial written in Androidbiits.com. CM13 [Unified] needs rooted XT1069, so it is crucial to root Moto G XT1069 [titan] before installing Marshmallow 6.0 via CM13 [Unified] on XT1069 [titan]. Well, XT1069 owners must try to install the new version of TWRP on Moto G XT1069 [titan] before installing CM13 [Unified] on XT1069 [titan]. Oh yes, the users of XT1069 [titan] can install CM13 only after the bootloader unlock of Moto G XT1069.

If you aren’t happy with old firmware, then you must install CM13 on XT1069 [titan]. The spectacular thing is that CM13 [Unified] will let you use Marshmallow 6.0 on Moto G XT1069 [titan]. Androidbiits.com recommends that XT1069 [titan] users must take a backup of their personal documents including contacts and games before updating their XT1069 [titan] to Android 6.0 Marshmallow CM13 [Unified] as there is a chance of losing all data including contacts and games from their XT1069.

Below are the steps using which you can install Marshmallow 6.0 CM13 on XT1069 [titan]. Androidbiits.com won’t take responsibility if XT1069 [titan] got broken during the installation of CM13 [Unified]. XT1069 [titan] battery must be more than 86 percentage before following these steps.

How to Install Android 6.0 Marshmallow CyanogenMod 13 [titan] Custom ROM on Motorola Moto G XT1069 [Simple Steps]

1. It is essential to download Android 6.0 Marshmallow CM13 and GApps for Motorola Moto G XT1069 [titan] on your desktop.

2. It is the time to activate USB debugging on Moto G XT1069.

3. It is the time to attach XT1069 with desktop.

4. It is essential to transfer CM13 to your XT1069.

5. It is the time to power off your XT1069.

6. It is essential to remove the USB cable from your XT1069.

7. It is the time to put Moto G XT1069 into Recovery Mode.

8. It is essential to tap “wipe data/factory reset” on XT1069.

9. It is the time to tap “wipe cache partition” on XT1069.

10. It is essential to click “install zip from SD card” on Moto G XT1069.

11. It is essential to choose CM13 on your XT1069.

12. It is essential to install CM13 on Moto G XT1069.

13. It is the time to go to the main menu on XT1069.

14. It is essential to click “reboot system now” on XT1069.

15. It is the time to wait until XT1069 restarts.

16. You can also install GApps 6.0 on Moto G XT1069 using the above steps.

After your Moto G XT1069 [titan] is restarted, you can test Android 6.0 Marshmallow CM13 on XT1069 [titan]. Isn’t it outstanding? If you are facing issue during the installation of CM13 [Unified] on XT1069 [titan], then don’t hesitate to share your issue with Androidbiits.com.

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