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[Rom] Install Android Marshmallow 6.0 in Moto G 3rd Gen [AOSP]

Now in your Update your Motorola Moto G 3rd gen To android Marshmallow 6.0 (osprey) by installing AOSP custom rom based on latest android Marshmallow 6.0 unofficially .As we know that Motorola will release Official  Marshmallow 6.0 OTA update to Moto G 3rd gen and other Motorola Devices you can check the official list of it.Thanks to XDA Dev scritch007  for this Rom.


In our previous post we share CM13 (Cyanogenmod 13) roms based on android marshmallow 6.0 Rom for Moto E 2nd gen ,Moto G2 and Moto G1st gen.And today we are here to guide you in How to install Android Marshmallow 6.0 in Moto G 3rd gen it is not CM13 it is based on AOSP Rom.So lets start the guide. 

See also:Download and Install CM 12.1 in Moto G 3rd gen 2015 [Osprey]


1.Bootloader Must be Unlocked of your Moto G 3rd gen. 

2.Custom recovery on your device must be installed like TWRP Recovery or CWM.

3.Make back up of Current rom from recovery

4.Note before flashing rom do check the stability report of this rom  from HERE.

#How to Install Android Marshmallow 6.0 on Moto G 3rd gen

1.Download Android Marshmallow 6.0 rom for moto G3 3nd gen 2015 and the appropriate Gapps 6.0 package from link given below
Copy it in your in your device.

2.Now place the Android Marshmallow rom and gapps 6.0 zip file in sd card.

Now reboot to Recovery mode and flash Aaosp-caf-0.4.zip file in your device from recovery

4.Then flash gapps 6.0 from recovery in it.

5.Now Clear cache and Clear Data.

Now reboot your device Into Bootloader and flash image-new-0.4.img via ADB with process same as you flashed TWRP recovery in it.
Use following command to flash it via mfastboot from pc.
fastboot flash boot image-new-0.1.img

Done! you just flash Android Marshmallow rom in your Motorola Moto G 3rd gen 2014.Enjoy Android Marshmallow 6.0. 

Note: First boot will take a Little time to boot so be patient. 



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