Android 8.1 Oreo based official Resurrection Remix (RR-O-v6.0.0) ROM is now available for first Gen Moto G 2013 (code-named falcon). If you still have this device, then you can now experience Google’s latest mobile OS, Android 8.1 Oreo on it with this custom ROM. Interested users check below guide to know how to download and install Oreo based official RR-O-v6.0.0 on Moto G3 2013 edition.

Resurrection Remix is a fully customizable custom ROM and the latest RR-O-v6.0.0 build comes with latest Android security patch (February 2018), full Substratum theme support, customizable navigation bar, various gestures, animations, and many more. The custom ROM also brings Android 8.1 Oreo’s native features.


Android 8.1 Based Official Resurrection Remix ROM for First Gen Moto G

To install Oreo based Resurrection Remix RR-O-v6.0.0 on first Gen Moto G 2013 (falcon), your device should be runs on Resurrection Remix 5.8 (Nougat) or LineageOS 14.1 (Nougat). There is no need to say about the requirement of TWRP installed on the phone.

Before jump into the installation, backup all important data you have on the phone. Also, ensure at least 50% battery charge remaining on the phone.

Also Read: Quick Battery Drain After Updating to Android 8.0 Oreo (How to Fix)

How to install Resurrection Remix RR-O-v6.0.0 on Moto G 2013

Disclaimer: Follow the instruction at your own risk. We will not be liable if any damage occurs to your device and/or its components. It is recommended for technically talented users only.

1. Resurrection Remix RR-O-v6.0.0 falcon zip from here and Oreo 8.1 compatible Gapps zip from here (arm/nano).

2. Save both zip files on your phone’s storage.

3. Power off the phone and boot into TWRP.

4. In TWRP, select Wipe > Advanced Wipe and Wipe data / Factory reset, Wipe cache, Wipe dalvik cache.

5. Now, select Install, navigate and select RR-O-v6.0.0 falcon zip and swipe to flash it. Once done, flash file as well.

6. Once done, reboot your phone.

The first boot will take little more time. Once booted up, set up your device, and enjoy Android 8.1 Oreo on Moto G. Any doubt? Leave it in the comment section below.

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