The first ever device except Google Nexus smartphones to get the Android 4.4 KitKat is the Moto X phone. Though the Moto X is a Google’s very own idea and have been released by Motorola, a company purchased by Google 2 years back. The AT&T and Verizon variants of the Moto X have been successfully updated to the latest Android 4.4 KitKat. If you have updated your Verizon or AT&T Moto X to Android 4.4 KitKat than you may need to Root your device once again on this new updated firmware to get the access to all those third party Apps and games that needs a rooted device.
In this case this is the guide for you to Root Moto X AT&T/Verizon on Android 4.4 KitKat for you to download the rooted apps on your Moto X smartphone. If you are a root Android device fan than you may never gonna live with an non-rooted Android device. So this is an important guide for you to Root your Moto X.
Keep in mind that this Root guide is made for the Moto X device released by AT&T and Verizon wireless. This new root method for the updated Moto X has been developed by a famous developers team Jcase, who have relaeased it with the name SlapMyMoto. This is the same team who have previously released the root for the Moto X when it was released with the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.
This SlapMyMoto is a customized root path for the MotoX 4.4 it is based on the same exploits used in the previous RockMyMoto root procedure. The only difference in this updated root procedure is that it helps in installing the backdoor for us to regain the root. The new Bootloaders in this process are downgraded to re-expose the vulnerability we used to write system. This is root method is still in beta stage so root your Moto X on your responsibilty we will not be responsible if your device stuck.
The whole root method is described in the XDA Thread. Click the link and read and follow the steps.