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MultiROM Without Kexec Hardbooting Ported to OnePlus 2

A well-known MultiROM has been ported to OnePlus 2 by XDA Senior Member MZO. Except MultiROM MZO has released a modified version of TWRP 3.1.0.0. With this using the no-kexec workaround, it allows you to use MultiROM without having to flash a kexec enabled kernel. The stock ROM also works on this MultiROM port so you...

MultiROM with No Kexec Workaround Ported for the Galaxy S5

XDA Senior Member mohammad.afaneh has just released their port of MultiROM (and a modified version of TWRP) for the Galaxy S5. With this using the no-kexec workaround, it allows  you to use MultiROM without having to flash a kexec enabled kernel.

Kexec Bootloader Bypass Released for Motorola Droid Razr

Users of many Motorola Android devices have been clamoring for an unlocked bootloader for quite some time. There have been petitions signed, social media accounts spammed, and users have really shown that bypassing that unlocked bootloader means a lot to them. While Motorola hasn't been much help in unlocking bootloaders, there has been some development...

MultiROM Ported to Moto G5 Plus

MultiROM has been ported to the Moto G5 Plus by XDA Recognized Developer GtrCraft. In order to make it work, a customized TWRP recovery has also been released. To use the mod, a custom kernel with kexec-hardboot patch is required and the device must be decrypted. MultiROM is a great solution for those undecided users who...

MultiROM is now available for the Xiaomi Mi 3, Mi 4, and Mi 4 LTE

MultiROM is a multi-boot mod available for a plethora of devices that allows one to boot Android ROMs as well as other systems all from internal memory. It requires a kernel patch to enable kexec-hardboot, so the mod isn't available on every device, but support is always expanding as more developers take up the initiative....

EFIDroid: A Second-Stage Bootloader Using UEFI Firmware to Multiboot [XDA Spotlight]

Dual booting and multi-ROM implementations have been a major challenge for Android developers for quite some time. Previous solutions have typically needed substantial device-specific development and further support from ROM developers. Even then, they’re often more complicated than they’re worth for the average ROM user. EFIDroid seeks to remedy all of this. Formerly known as GRUB4Android,...

MultiROM Available for the Samsung Galaxy Note II

With so many ROMs available on XDA, it's incredibly difficult to find the one that suits us most. We must choose between modified stock firmwares, AOSP-derived ROMs, or alternate OSes like Ubuntu Touch and Firefox OS. There are solutions to make the choice a bit easier, and one of them is multiboot. XDA Recognized Developer Tassadar's...

Learn How to Boot Multiple ROMs on Your Sony Xperia TX

If you’ve ever tried to get multiboot functionality to work on your Android device, you’ve probably heard of kexec. This is a method of live booting different kernels without having to flash them or using fastboot. Kexec has been used as the basis for bringing multiboot functionality to various devices such as the HTC Droid DNA...

Learn How to Run a ROM Off Your External SD Card

Aftermarket modding has been around since practically the beginning of the modern day smartphone, but its build-up on Android has been pretty explosive. Since the early days of the HTC Dream right up to the current generation of devices, almost every device has received its fair share of third party modifications. These can come in the form...

Xperia Boot Menu Ported to the Xperia P in Preview Form

Back in September, we talked a little bit about XDA Recognized Developer munjeni's Xperia Boot Menu. The project, which was originally compatible with the Xperia U, Sola, and GO allowed users of those devices to enjoy the benefits of multiple ROMs without having to lose any data while switching between installations. While the previously featured Xperia Boot Menu...

Boot Multiple Roms on the HTC Droid DNA with Unofficial MultiROM Port

It seems like XDA Recognized Developer Tassadar's MultiROM seems to be quite the popular method for different devices to boot multiple ROMs nowadays, considering that MultiROM was originally developed for only the Nexus 7 and has since been ported over to a number of other phones such as the Sony Xperia M and the Optimus...

Boot Multiple Roms on Your Sony Xperia M with MultiROM Xperia

MultiROM is probably a name that many on XDA will recognize, especially if you're an owner of one of the officially supported devices, such as the Nexus 7, for which MultiROM was originally developed by XDA Recognized Developer Tasssadar. As you may have guessed from the name, MultiROM is a tool that enables one to boot...
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