Android 7.0 Nougat NPJ25.9 TWRP flashable zip is now available for Moto G4 Plus XT1640, XT1641, XT1642 and XT1643. Stock Nougat update has already landed for Moto G4 and G4 Plus, many users have already updated their device on latest firmware. But if you own a Moto G4 Plus with unlocked bootloader, rooted and installed TWRP recovery on it then you are not going to taste the official Nougat update via OTA. The Over-The-Air update method requires a device to be in the fully stock and once you root it no more OTA updates will knock at your device.
If you have installed a custom ROM on your device but wish to update your device on official Android 7.0 Nougat NPJ25.9 firmware then we have great news for you. Now you can flash the official Nougat update on your device via TWRP recovery, credit goes to an XDA member ‘Greekgodmerwyn’, who himself not only installed the official Nougat update via OTA on his device but also created a TWRP backup of it as well. Now he shared the TWRP backup of stock Nougat NPJ25.9.11 update for other Moto G4 Plus users who have a bootloader unlocked device with TWRP recovery installed.
Below we have posted the step by step instructions to flash the official Android 7.0 Nougat NPJ25.9.11 firmware via TWRP. The process is very simple all you need to do is just restore the downloaded firmware via TWRP recovery on your Moto G4 Plus. This is also helpful if you have a device stuck in bootloop or having issues with device firmware. Just go ahead and follow the below description to update your Moto G4 Plus on Android 7.0 Nougat NPJ25.9.11 firmware via TWRP recovery.
How to update Moto G4 Plus on Android 7.0 Nougat NPJ25.9.11 firmware via TWRP recovery
Make sure you have a TWRP recovery installed on your device. If not follow this guide to install the latest TWRP recovery on your device.
Stock Nougat NPJ25.9.11 firmware for Moto G4 Plus. Download
Now extract the firmware rar file and copy it on the device internal storage.
Reboot your device into recovery mode. To do so, turn off your device completely, now press Volume download + Power button at the same time.
Once you are in TWRP recovery menu, tap on ‘Restore’ and locate the firmware zip file you copy earlier and confirm restore.
Wait for the restore process to complete, once it is completed, wipe cache and delvik and then reboot your device.
First boot may take some time, enjoy the latest official Nougat firmware on your Moto G4 Plus.
Note: If your device is taking longer then 7 to 10 minutes to boot or other stuck at boot logo, follow this guide to resolve the issue.