Almost all the latest Android devices have the ability to boot into multiple operating systems. The most popular way to install multiple operating system on an Android device is to use MultiROM. Since the beginning MultiROM was ported to a lot of devices not only officially. The MultiROM app everyday is ported to new devices. The last one who can use MultiROM is Motorola Moto E.
MultiROM allows you to boot multiple Android ROMs as well as other Systems like Ubuntu Touch, Bohdi Linux, Plasma Active or Web OS port. MultiROM can boot not only from devices internal memory but also from USB drive connected to the device through OTG cable. MultiROM main part is a boot manager, it appears every time your device starts and gives you the chance to choose ROM to boot. ROMs can be installed and managed through TWRP recovery.
To install secondary Android ROMs, you can use standard zip files, daily prebuilt images to install Ubuntu Touch, MultiROM also has its own installer system, it can be used to ship other Linux-based systems. MultiROM for Motorola Moto E is ported by a XDA Senior member called percy_g2. Thanks to him now Moto E users are able to boot into any Android ROM.
- Multiboot a lot of Android ROMs
- Restore nandroid backup as secondary ROM
- You can use Ubuntu Touch or Desktop alongside with Android without device formatting
For the moment MultiROM for Moto E has a few issues. To start the touch don’t work on MultiROM boot menu,so you need to use Volume Up and Down to move and Power button to choose. This is an issue that will ne fixed in the next release because the developer is working to make the it better.
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The developer also says that he hadn’t try to install ROMs on SDcard. He had tested only internal memory and it works fine. Before trying this be sure to have a backup for all your files because things always can happen.