The 2013 version of Motorola Moto G is surprisingly getting Android 6.0 Marshmallow, coming to devices before what officially was said (never). Because there are other options for users to access this version going through the installation of a custom ROM that gives you the ability to get all the features that appear in the latest Android system.
Therefore, it is important to publicize the launch of the first Marshmallow ROM based on CyanogenMod 13 for the Moto G 2013. Although it is an incomplete version, since it is neither in beta, this version opens doors in the not too distant future so that this model can get to have the original Marshmallow.
However, users who installed it in their devices reported the update and their functions do not work stably because, apparently, although the WiFi and Bluetooth connections would not presented problems, the camera itself would be doing it.
Since it is an unstable ROM, experts recommend, as it is logical, that if you install it, will perform a backup of all the data you have on the device. It would also be important to keep contacts, call logs, text, images, videos, audio files, applications market, calendar information, Internet settings, IMEI/NVRAM and so on.
This operation will require a computer so it can keep the stored data. Therefore also it is important to emphasize that would temporarily disable the antivirus because, at times, has come to interfere with the unloading. Nor should we forget to recharge the battery as it will be a rather long process.
Once all the above steps, the user should follow all these steps: First, from the computer to access the page and download the CM13 Renderserver file. Later, get Google Apps package. It will also save the files on your desktop but are not decompressed yet.
Also, you should already have a USB connection between your smartphone and your computer to transfer files downloaded to the phone. Now you have to disconnect the USB cable and put the Moto G 2013 in recovery mode. When this occurs, you will need to clean the system and clear the cache.