With the launch of the Moto G series back in 2013, Motorola revolutionized the budget smartphone marketplace. While the original Moto G might not seem like much today, back then it was one of the go-to choices for anyone looking for a well-built budget smartphone offering a near-stock Android experience. Even though the Moto G 2013 and its successor, the Moto G 2014, haven’t aged well over the last few years the devices still have a solid fan following and our forums are filled with constant discussions and third-party development updates for both the devices. In case you have either of the two devices lying around and want to breathe new life into them, then you’d be glad to know that developers have managed to port an unofficial build of LineageOS 17 for the devices.
For the unaware, LineageOS is one of the most popular, community-built third-party ROM for Andriod devices and its latest version — LineageOS 17 — is based on Android 10. We’ve previously seen unofficial LineageOS 17 builds for several older devices like the LG G2, Realme 3 Pro, Lenovo ZUK Z1, and more. But the Moto G 2013 and Moto G 2014 are among the oldest devices to be upgraded to Android 10 with an unofficial LineageOS port. You can download the LineageOS 17 ports for these devices from the links below and enjoy all the new features Google released in Android 10 on your phone.
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