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    DISCLAIMER: This is a CUSTOM ROM! Use at YOUR OWN RISK!!! By using this ROM, you understand that I am not liable for any or all consequences of using this ROM. If you don't know what you're doing, DON'T TRY IT. Use at your own risk!

    This is Unofficial CyanogenMod 11 for the Moto-G, built from Source. Hope you guys enjoy it.

    ScreenShots ===> Here

    Whats Working : Everything Should be Working

    If you find any bugs please let me know. I will take care of it as soon as I can.

    I know about the verizon markings working on gitting rid of them. It's just left overs.

    (Unofficial) CM11 ===> Here

    (Unofficial) CM11 NEW BUILD ===> Here

    G-Apps ===> Here

    Install Instructions :
    • Wipe Factory
    • Format /System
    • Install From SD

    Github :

     

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    There is no Moto-G cdma so I am posting here if a mod could start a Boost Mobile or CDMA section for the Moto-G and Move this there. Thanks.
     
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    the Download link is now active for anyone how wants to download
     
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    I'm in. Downloading now.

    booted fantastic. its running awesome.

    thank you,
     
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    Is SMS working in it??
     
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    sms yes
     
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    Hmm, anyone have any idea how to solve this problem?

    First of all I started with stock rooted 4.4.

    I booted to recovery (CWM) and factory reset, wiped cache, formatted system, data and cache and wiped Dalvik. Installed CM11, installed GAPPS and rebooted. Did this a couple times and I keep getting stuck on the cyanogenmod boot logo. Any ideas?
     
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    Try wiping, reflashing, install gapps (make sure it's the right version) then wipe data before booting the first time
     
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    Still doesn't work. Have tried a couple times again with wiping, flashing and wiping again and booting to always get stuck on the boot logo. The GAPPS in the OP is the one I downloaded so I would think that wouldn't be the issue. I'm at a loss, never had a problem installing a rom that I couldn't get past before.
     
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    Try flashing the rom then boot without installing the gapps. If it boots, great, you'd only need a different gapps package, however of it doesn't then its more than likely an issue with the rom itself.
     
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    Thanks, yeah I tried that as well and let it sit on the boot logo for over a half hour because I read that it may be building cache, but after a half hour I'm pretty sure it's not going to load.
     
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    Might be a corrupted zip... you didn't download over mobile data did you?
     
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    Nope, downloaded to desktop and transferred to phone.
     
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    I had an issue similar to yours once, a battery pull and reboot fixed it. However the Moto G does not have a removable battery, correct?
     
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    Correct, can't pull the battery. I'm attempting to get back to stock at the moment so I can start all over again.
     
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    There might be a hard reset button somewhere, or a key combination that will forcefully reboot the phone. It might work or it might not.
     
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    Oh, I'm able to force a reboot. I've rebooted and still get stuck on the boot logo every time. Back on stock and updated to 4.4.2 now, about to put CWM back on and try again.
     
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    I never have had this problem before sorry for the problems you have been experiencing.
     
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    working great! thanks
     
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    Hey Skinny, I'm thinking about a new phone. You like this one? does it have potential?
     
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    I don't have it so I can't say. But the specs seem incredible :D

    You'd have to ask the people that already have this phone for a viable opinion though ;)
     
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    do you plan on making a custom kernel as well? having faux123 kernel to work with this rom would be awesome.
     
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    Can you give me a link to a root method for this phone (boost mobile).
     
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