It’s always the better choice to install the Latest update on our Moto G3 Turbo smartphone. Because we don’t have other choices to upgrade our smartphone. Resurrection Remix Android distribution is a free and open source operating system for smartphones and tablet computers based on the Android mobile platform. This new popular custom ROM is the descendant of Ressurection Remix 5.8.x, It is developed by numerous device-specific maintainers and uses Gerrit for its code review process. It is known for its full-fledged configurations options ranging from several customizations, tweaks, pie controls, power management, themes, and much more. Apart from this, it has strong security and speed improvements that keep your Moto G3 Turbo safe and operate fast.
Installing a custom RR-O-v6.1.0 [Android 8.1 Oreo] ROM on your Moto G3 Turbo requires the bootloader to be unlocked & Custom Recovery Installed, which may VOID your warranty and may delete all your data. Before proceeding further you may consider backup all data on the phone. You are the only person doing changes to your device and kbloghub.com cannot be held responsible for the mistakes done by you.
- This new RR-O-v6.1.0 [Android 8.1] Rom has to be installed on the Moto G3 Turbo model only; if tried on other devices, it might get bricked [To check your device model: Go to Settings >> About phone >> model number].
- Make sure the device has more than 60-70 % battery.
- You need to Unlock its Bootloader & Install TWRP Recovery on Moto G3 Turbo.
- Download all the Zip files from the below download link and move it into your Moto G3 Turbo root storage or external sd Card.
- Most of the custom ROM does not have pre-installed Google Apps on them. So, you will have to download and install GApps manually.
Note:- If faced with boot loop problem, navigate back to TWRP main menu settings, and select ‘Wipe cache/dalvik‘. This procedure will help resolve any issue with regard to custom ROM installation. That’s it! Your device should now have Official RR-O-v6.0.0 ROM installed ! Go to Settings > About phone to verify.