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    Can I install Multiple ROMís on my Android? How to do so?

    I am using android mobile with version 2.1 and I want to use more than one ROM on my mobile, will I be able to install so, tell me how can i do so?

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    Apurva Apurva is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Can I install Multiple ROMís on my Android? How to do so?

    Yes you can install multiple ROM'S on Android.For this You can download one app called Boot manager.

    It will let you allow to install multiple as 5 ROMS,they can choose from at bootup. You can use one and rest of four

    save to your SD card.

    Thanks!!!

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    Victor Creed Victor Creed is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Can I install Multiple ROMís on my Android? How to do so?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I am using android mobile with version 2.1 and I want to use more than one ROM on my mobile, will I be able to install so, tell me how can i do so?
    Hello friend.

    Yes you can use more than one ROM's on your device. Also, there are more than one ways to do so.
    There is a software called Boot Manager which you can get on Google Play store.

    Firstly, you have to root your device (which may void your warranty).
    Rooting procedure is different for different devices. You can just search it on XDA Forums.

    After you have rooted, install a custom bootloader and take a Nandroid backup of your device in-case something goes wrong.
    With the help of Nandroid backup you can restore your system to the same state as it was at the time of taking the backup.

    You can keep one ROM as the primary one. Then download the other ROM(s) that you want to flash and place the in the root of your SD card.
    Download GB/ICS gapps (Google apps which must be install to rum Google services and play store) and place it in your SD card.

    - Boot from your primary ROM and run Boot Manager.
    - Select 'Install ROM's'
    - Choose the *customrom*.zip file from your SD card and check wipe data/system/cache boxes.
    - Reboot your device.
    - To switch between ROM's, open Boot Manager and choose 'Boot installed ROM'

    There are also other ways with which you can install many ROM's.
    You can create a virtual partition on your SD card and install secondary ROM(s) on it.
    There are different custom multiboot bootmenus for different devices. Search XDA Forums for that according to your device.

    Hope it helps,
    Regards!

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    devaezhil devaezhil is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Can I install Multiple ROMís on my Android? How to do so?

    Installing Multiple ROMs permanently in your device is not possible as of now with available Android devices. That will take the Mobile technology to the next level altogether. There are Rumors that many mobile manufactures are thinking about the concept about a while, but no official information yet from any one.

    But you can avail Dual Boot in your mobile device using the Following Procedure. The given link will help you to set up the same.

    Link:http://lifehacker.com/5826050/how-to...-android-phone

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