Moto G 2nd Gen smartphone device is one of the best device of Motorola company. So, first we will discuss about features and specs of this Motorola Motorola Moto G Android Smartphone. The Moto G 2nd Gen device comes with big 5.0 inch multi capacitive IPS LCD touch screen display with large screen resolution up to 720 x 1280 pixels and 294 pixel per inch (PPI) pixel density. A display is protected with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection. In terms of internal memory storage, it comes with 8 GB of built-in memory storage space. Which can be expanded further through an external micro SD card up to 32 GB of data storage capacity.

This Motorola smartphone device is powered by a powerful 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7 Qualcomm MSM8226 Snapdragon 400 quad core processor with Adreno 305 GPU. 1 GB of RAM memory is also associated with this Moto G Phone. It runs on an Android operating system with android version 4.4.4 KitKat, which is upgradable up to newest Android OS version 5.0 Lollipop. It has also 8 mega pixel resolution rear facing camera with auto focus and LED flash light. This device has also front facing camera with 2 mega pixel resolution. The battery of this Moto G Smartphone device is Li-Ion battery. Moto G Android Smartphone 2nd Gen Battery contains 2070 mAh battery capacity. It is also supporting the internet via 2G and 3G connectivity.

With the features and specs of this Motorola Moto G Smartphone with 2nd Gen, it is too good device of Motorola. but after using some time of the device, it gives poor performance than before. To eliminate the question of slow performance of the smart phone device, we must do Root the device. As we know, the Rooting process is applicable only for Android operating system powered smart phone device. Here, we will also discuss about the Rooting process of Motorola Moto G 2nd Gen smart phone. But before we begin, it is the require that we should have some knowledge about the Rooting process of smart phone.

If your Moto G 2nd Gen smart phone will be Rooted for once, then you will be able to increase the RAM and internal memory storage of it and you can also delete the unwanted apps which all are provided by manufacturer of smart phone device. But, after the Rooting process of the device, you will lose the warranty of it provided by maker.

How to Root Moto G 2nd Gen 2014 Smartphone

Now, we will mention steps about the Rooting process of Motorola Moto G 2nd Gen smart phone device. But before that, some prerequisites are required which all are as following.

Prerequisites :

  1. Be sure that your smart phone device have charging at least around of 60 to 70 %.
  2. Install all the Motorola USB drivers on your PC.
  3. Activate USB Debugging mode in your device.
  4. Download file on your Computer.
  5. Download TWRP for Motorola Moto G 2nd Gen.
  6. Download adb+fastboot in your PC.

Steps for Rooting process of Motorola Moto G 2nd Gen Smartphone :

  • First of all, Motorola Bootloader Unlock via using of Motorola Website.
  • Then, move the file to your Moto G device’s internal micro SD card from the Computer.
  • Now, switch off your Motorola device and put it on Bootloader mode by pressing the Power key and Volume Down key simultaneously.
  • After doing it, connect your smart phone to PC through USB cable.
  • Then, find the adb+fastboot folder and enter the following command without any kind of quotes.

{ “ fastboot flash recovery TWRP2.7.1.1-titan-motog-2014.img ” }

  • At the end of this process, TWRP recovery software can be install on your Moto G smart phone device.
  • Now, disconnect your Motorola device to the PC.
  • Now, put your smart phone device in recovery mode by pressing the Power  key and Volume down key.
  • Now, go to file which is placed in device’s internal SD card, with the help of TWRP custom recovery file.
  • After this process, Reboot your Moto G device.

After the Reboot, your Motorola Moto G 2nd Gen smart phone device will be Root.


Mukesh Chauhan
Mukesh Chauhan is an Engineering Student, who loves to write about technology and gadgets. Currently he is studying and working as an Editor on