The Moto X already comes with a Nexus-like user experience, but for many users, that just isn't enough. The looks are great and all, but there are just some features that can only be found buried at the end of custom ROMs like treasure at the end of a rainbow that only power users can see. But CyanogenMod fans who happened to pick up a Moto X on AT&T, T-Mobile, or Verizon, hold up before downloading the recently released nightly builds, as these files are only intended for the unlocked or developer editions.

If you have one of those, fire up that torch and put on those safety glasses, because there's about to be a flash.

AT&T (xt1058)


T-Mobile (xt1053)


Verizon (xt1060)


T-Mobile users have the most luck, as their Moto X is unlockable by default. Attempting to flash this on a non-developer AT&T or Verizon Moto X could result in a bricked device.

All three files are roughly 193MB, and you're going to need to grab the appropriate GApps package to get access to the Play Store. But remember, nightlies are inherently experimental, so hide your cat before flashing. Anything could happen.

Source: AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon