The Motorola Moto G was one of the most representative of this manufacturer devices since offered a smartphone of mid-range, at that then, low-end price. Year after year, the company, currently owned by Lenovo, has continued updating its range to the current model Motorola Moto G4, released last May and which manufacturer aims to position itself again in the middle range after the limited success of the two models of the range bike G.
With the release of this fourth generation, Motorola went on sale 3 different models: the first one, the Motorola Moto G4 Play is the lowest range of the three and, thus, lower price model. The second and intermediate is Moto G4, with characteristics of middle range and a price commensurate with their performance and, finally, the Moto G4 Plus, a superior in features to the previous two smartphone and it could position itself in the upper middle range at a very competitive price.
Although all three models come with a modern version of Android, 6.0.1, and, in addition, is an Android very pure, without too many changes, some of the features of the system operating Yes are limited by the manufacturer, so more advanced users who want to get the most out of their devices often decide to unlock the bootloader, install a recovery and make root or change the rom to make the most of it.
Then, we leave a complete guide with everything you need to unlock the bootloader of this smartphone, install a custom recovery and make you root. This guide works equally in the Moto G4 Play, G4 and G4 Plus model.
What can get to unlock the bootloader of the Motorola Moto G4 and install a recovery
First, just as in any other device, we must note that this process, although it is simple and safe, entails the loss of the warranty with the manufacturer, so you must be totally seconds before this.
Release just the bootloader, in general terms, we just add more problems than benefits, however, once we install the recovery are going to be able to have complete control over the device to, for example, install packages without signing, as the necessary to root, and even install a custom ROM, either CyanogenMod ROM AOKP that allows us to enjoy new of Android 7.0 Nougat until Lenovo launch the rom If released, to all your devices.
Do you have a Motorola Moto G4? Do you prefer to use it with its factory settings or liberate the bootloader to change the rom or do you root?
The article released the bootloader, install a recovery and get root to the Motorola Moto G4 was published in MovilZona.