Hi, guys what’s up I think many of you guys are Struggling to choose between ROMs? You can learn how to dual boot your device. Many of you are ROMs lover and you like so many ROMs for your Android device but you can use only one ROM at 1 time and if you want to use other ROM then you have to wiping your device and flashing each ROM in turn. but today I am going to teach you how to use Dual or Multi ROMs in 1 device. So keep reading this post and stay tuned with gammerson.com . Before starting this tutorial let’s gain some knowledge about “Dual boot or Multi ROMs”.
What is Dual Boot ?
A dual boot system is a computer system in which two operating systems are installed on the same hard drive, allowing either operating system to be loaded and given control. When you turn the computer on, a boot manager program displays a menu, allowing you to choose the operating system you wish to use.
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Note:- Before getting started, be aware that MultiROM does carry a risk, so make sure you create a full backup.
to dual boot your device.
- This guide is How to do Dual boot on galaxy s5.
- Make sure your device is charged at least up to 60%, to prevent unexpected shutdowns in the process.
- You need to Root your android device.
Here are some device which supports dual boot
Note: Tested on SM-G900V/kltevzw other variant are untested, but should work.
Steps to install Dual Boot in Galaxy s5
Just download the attached EFIDroidManager App, the EFIDroid Manager app from the Play Store won’t work.
- Open the menu (at the top left), and click “Install/Update”.
- Click the big orange Install button.
You can use EFIDroid as a multiboot manager. To add a multiboot ROM, do the following:
- Open the EFIDroid Manager app. Press the plus button at the bottom right side of the screen to start adding a multiboot slot.
- Under “Location”, there should be a couple paths. Select the one containing “/data/media/0”.
- You can give the slot a name/description by using the appropriate fields.
- Press the checkmark at the top right side of the screen to create the multiboot slot.
- Reboot. When EFIDroid comes up, select TWRP, then select the newly created slot.
- Go to the “Wipe > Advanced Wipe” menu. Select “System”, then swipe to wipe.
- Install all the zips you want on that slot.
- NOTE: To prevent accidentall data loss when booting in recovery the real /sdcard gets mocked so you are not going to find your .zips as usual under TWRP’s /sdcard. To acces the “real” /sdcard go to /multiboot/data/media/0
- Reboot, and when EFIDroid comes up, your new slot should automatically be selected. Press the power button to boot, and enjoy!