Install Android 8.0 oreo custom rom on Moto X 2014(Victara)
Install Android 8.0 oreo custom rom on Moto X 2014(Victara): Motorola has launched it’s Moto X2 smartphone 3 years back. This is the first flagship smartphone from Motorola and it was also appreciated by everyone for its better stock experience. It was launched on ANdroid 4.4 KitKat version and later its upgraded to Android 6.0 Marshmallow which was its last update. Now its got the unofficial LineageOS 15 custom ROM with latest Android Oreo.
This LineageOS ROM is based on AOSP with the latest version Android 8.0 Oreo. AS you all know Google has released the Android Oreo last month on its Pixel and Nexus devices. This Android 8.0 Oreo comes with some interesting updates and features like picture in picture mode, app notification badges and much more. Now the Moto X users can also get this features on their device by installing this ROM.
Moto X2 was launched 3 years back and till now it’s received two updates and Motorola will only release two updates on its devices. Now we can’t hope that Motorola will release the Android Oreo update for this device. The users who can’t wait till the Official OTA update and want to install this Android Oreo ROM manually can follow the below guide.
- Make sure to charge your device above 60-70%.
- Your Device bootloader must be unlocked.
- It is clear that your device must be rooted with TWRP or CWM installed.
- Do a complete backup of your device.
- keep in mind this update is only Moto X users.
Steps to Install LineageOS 15 on Moto X 2014(Victara)
- At first download the lineageOS rom file from the below provided link.
- Now move the downloaded rom file to your device internal storage.
- Now power OFF your device.
- Boot your device into recovery mode by holding Volume down + Power buttons simultaneously.
- Now go to install and select the moved ROM file and slide to install it.
- After finishing the installation process go back and install GAPPS and Magisk.
- Now reboot your device and enjoy the Android Oreo features on your device.