Motorola as of late revealed the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to Moto G 2014. What’s more, it was very much accepted that the gadget will be rootable on the Marshmallow update, since it accompanies an unlockable bootloader and Chainfire had just discharged SuperSU v2.67 with systemless root.
However, there’s a workaround to this. User W3ND31 over at xda presented a slick trap on root Moto G 2014 Marshmallow with Chainfire’s systemless root using two variants of SuperSU. Look at the speedy guidelines beneath for subtleties.
How to Root Moto G 2014 Marshmallow Stock ROM
- Ensure your Moto G 2014 is running completely stock Marshmallow ROM.
- Download and transfer both SuperSU v2.62-3 and v2.67 from download links above to your Moto G 2014.
- Boot your Moto G 2015 into TWRP recovery and flash the SuperSU v2.62-3 file first.
- Reboot the device in the wake of flashing the SuperSU v2.62-3.
- Again boot once more into the TWRP recovery and now flash SuperSU v2.67.
- Reboot the device.
That is it. Your Moto G 2014 ought to be rooted now and boot up fine and dandy