A booting device State: Inactive

Features & Usability

Automated Usability (beta)

The device is not able to perform as a phone. If you need complete calling and cellular data functionalities, consider choosing a different device.

  • Actors:

  •  Manual brightness
  •  Notification LED
  •  Torchlight
  •  Vibration
  • Camera:

  •  Flashlight
  •  Photo
  •  Video
  •  Switching between cameras
  • Cellular:

  •  Carrier info, signal strength
  •  Data connection
  •  Dual SIM functionality
  •  Incoming, outgoing calls
  •  MMS in, out
  •  PIN unlock
  •  SMS in, out
  •  Change audio routings
  •  Voice in calls
  • Endurance:

  •  24+ hours battery lifetime
  •  7+ days stability
  • GPU:

  •  Boot into UI
  •  Hardware video playback
  • Misc:

  •  Anbox patches (deprecated)
  •  AppArmor patches
  •  Battery percentage
  •  Offline charging
  •  Online charging
  •  Recovery image
  •  Reset to factory defaults
  •  RTC time
  •  Shutdown / Reboot
  •  Wireless charging
  •  Wireless External monitor
  •  Waydroid
  • Network:

  •  Bluetooth
  •  Flight mode
  •  Hotspot
  •  NFC
  •  WiFi
  • Sensors:

  •  Automatic brightness
  •  Fingerprint reader
  •  GPS
  •  Proximity
  •  Rotation
  •  Touchscreen
  • Sound:

  •  Earphones
  •  Loudspeaker
  •  Microphone
  •  Volume control
  • USB:

  •  MTP access
  •  ADB access
  •  Wired External monitor

Confirmed, depending on the maintenance

Not Working

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Working to some extent but with issues

Global Issue

Issue is not specific to this device


Subject to port development

Release channels

This device gets updates through these channels, learn more about OTA updates

Ubuntu Release
Release Date
Xenialdevel2022-09-2726-09-2022Daily built development releases

Moto G (2014)


CPUQuad-core 32-bit
ChipsetQualcomm MSM8226 Snapdragon 400
GPUQualcomm Adreno 305
Android VersionAndroid 4.4.4
Battery2070 mAh
Display720x1280 pixels, 5 in
Rear Camera8MP
Front Camera1.9MP

Installation steps

You can install Ubuntu Touch (Xenial) on the version XT1068 Moto G2. Before, you have to take a number of preparatory steps:

  1. You need to use Ubuntu on your PC AND a Motorola Moto G (2014) and an usb cable
  2. Enable developer mode on the phone.
  3. Connect PC and phone via usb.
  4. Install ADB on your computer.
  5. Unlock bootloader (see Motorola).Change the data partition of the phone to EXT4. Use TWRP.
  6. Change the data partition of the phone to EXT4. Recommandation: Use TWRP.
  7. Reboot your device into bootloader mode. (Or use buttons Vol- AND Pwr).
  8. Install ubuntu-device-flash on your PC: apt-get install ubuntu-device-flash
  9. Flash UT: ubuntu-device-flash --verbose --server=https://system-image.ubports.com touch --device=titan --channel=16.04/community/walid/devel --bootstrap