Former Writer · Sep 21, 2012 at 12:00 am

Boot Manager for the Xperia S

Dual booting on Android is a lot of fun. Not only does this give users a chance to run multiple ROMs, but users can also separately customize each instance of the OS to suit their needs. Sony Xperia S owners may be getting dual boot functionality very soon.

XDA Senior Member letama has released a very rough Boot Manager for the Xperia S. We say rough because it’s version 0.2, and it has been deemed okay if you don’t mind the experimental warning label. There’s a lot of work going on with this project, so it shouldn’t take an excessive amount of time to compete.

For more info, head over to the original thread.

[Thanks to XDA Senior Member neectron for the tip!]
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