MultiROM Is Now Ported To Motorola Moto E

Do you want to install multiple ROMs on your device?Do you like to install a custom firmware besides your stock ROM?

Do you like to install a custom firmware besides your stock ROM?

Now you can do it quite easily via MultiROM. It is such a great app that allows you to install other ROM and firmware besides the stock one. Almost all the Android devices have the ability to boot into multiple operating systems but you have to install them and MultiROM makes things quite easy.

MultiROM allows you to install multiple Android firmware as well as other operating systems such as 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 asks you to choose ROM to boot. ROMs can be installed and managed through a custom recovery such as TWRP.

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.

MultiROM Features

  • 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. It doesn’t support touch and you have to use Volume buttons to navigate and Power button to choose. This is a bug and hopefully, it will be fixed in the next update of MultiROM.

Developers behind MultiROM for Moto E are working to fix all the bugs and make it stable and fully working. It’s not tried yet if it supports SD cards so maybe it’s a good idea you don’t try it either. Anyhow, I would recommend doing a backup of all your current file before doing changes to your phone system.

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