Motorola announced earlier that Moto G Turbo Edition is not going to taste Nougat update officially and it will stay on Android Marshmallow. Although Moto G Turbo is quite capable of running Nougat update smoothly but as per policy Motorola made it clear that the device will stay on Marshmallow. After this announcement Moto G Turbo users started searching different process to install custom Nougat ROMs like Lineage OS to see Nougat on their device but now developers at XDA played their role, they gave Moto G Turbo a new life by porting Moto G4/G4 Play stock Android 7.1.1 Nougat for Moto G Turbo.
The ROM features are ported from stock Nougat firmware from both Moto G4 and Moto G4 Play so this ROM gives you a pure feel of stock Android 7.1.1 Nougat firmware on Moto G Turbo. The ROM is pretty stable and fully functioned except a few bugs like Video recording and Moto Actions, hope the developer will fix them in the coming updates. If you are interested in flashing stock Android 7.1.1 Nougat ROM on Moto G Turbo then we have posted complete instructions to download and install stock Android 7.1.1 Nougat ported ROM on Moto G Turbo.
Download install official Android 7.1.1 Nougat ported ROM on Moto G Turbo
You need to have a working USB cable.
Motorola Moto G Turbo bootloader should be unlocked or follow this guide to unlock it.
TWRP recovery must be installed on Moto G Turbo or follow this guide to install it as well.
Process to install Moto G4 Android 7.1.1 Nougat ported ROM on Moto G Turbo
Download stock Android 7.1.1 Nougat ported for Moto G Turbo. Here
Download update-v1.zip: Here
Connect your device to PC and transfer the downloaded files on device storage.
Now disconnect your device and boot your device into TWRP recovery mode. (To do so, turn off your phone completely and then press Vol Down + Power at the same time, once in fastboot mode, press Volume down until you see Recovery mode, then press power to enter recovery mode)
Once in the recovery mode, choose the transferred Nougat ROM files and flash them one by one but first flash the main Nougat ROM and then update.zip file.
Wait for the process to complete, the first boot may take some longer to boot your device.
Note: If you think your device stuck at boot animation for quite a long time then follow this guide to solve the bootloop issue.
That’s it! Once successfully installed the stock Nougat firmware on Moto G Turbo give us your feedback.