How to Root Moto G Easy Steps

Motorola’s Moto G is a bestselling budget smart phone. In US currently it is available for below 210USD. Here we are going to explain how to root Moto G. Now 2nd Generation of this flagship is available with more advanced features. But if you are a smartphone addict then you need more. Let us unlock your smartphone to make it smarter.

Root your Motorola device to customize it according to your needs. You are able to install a number custom ROMs after rooting it. Also perform the tweaks in settings to improve the performance of your device. One thing you must consider before starting is your device will not consider of manufacture warranty after doing below steps.  But warranty can be restored by flashing with stock ROM.

Things needed for Rooting Moto G:

  • Moto G Smartphone with at least 80% battery status
  • Desktop/Laptop (USB driver software must be Installed)
  • USB Cable compatible with Moto G
  • “Superboot” tool is the main software required for the process.{ Download it from here}

How to Root Moto G:

  1. Very first step before the rooting process is to back up every files and data’s in your phone.
  2. For getting the bootloader menu in Moto G, you have to unlock the bootloader. Follow the simple steps explained in the official Motorola Website. {Check it here}
  3. Now enable USB debugging. To enable go to settings >> About phone >> Developer options Tap here 5 times to unlock a new developer option and click on “USB Debugging”
  4. Then Connect your device to PC and extract the downloaded “Superboot”{link} into your SD Card
  5. After this disconnect your Motorola from PC and Switch it off. Enter bootloader mode by holding volume button down and power button.
  6. Then connect your Moto G to PC and enter the following comment according to your OS
    1. MAC : Open terminal window to directory containing files then enter “chmod +x superboot-mac.sh” followed by “./superboot-mac.sh”
    2. LINUX : Open terminal window to directory containing files then enter “chmod +x superboot-linux.sh” followed by “./superboot-linux.sh”
    3. WINDOWS: Double click on “superboot-windows.bat”
  7. After rebooting you have successfully completed the rooting process of Moto G

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