What is MultiROM
MultiROM is a program developed in the XDA-Developers forums that allows load several ROMs at the same time in the same terminal, being able to use several operating systems in parallel. Considering that installing external ROMs is almost the maximum level that can be achieved, this is a very interesting achievement, even more so for those people who practically install a new ROM every day.
With MultiROM, You can have a ROM to use regularly and keep more or less unchanged, while the second space can be used to rotate new ROMs, being able to try a different flavor every day but always have a fully functioning system at hand with everything what is necessary for day to day. In addition, with a USB OTG connector – like the one we can use to control the mobile with a mouse – an operating system can be loaded from an external USB.
The operating system to use is chosen when the device is turned on. There are tabs to choose between those loaded on the terminal or those loaded on an external USB. Just pick one and you’re done. It carries its risks since neither of these systems is designed to run in parallel, but the temptation is great.
How to install and use MultiROM
The first step is to have your terminal rooted – something you can learn to do with our rooting tutorials on Android. The second step is to download the MultiROM app from the Play Store:
It will be enough run the app and follow the steps indicated to install the necessary components. When you order, reboot to recovery and will follow the process. When finished, it will take you to the home screen that you see above of the app MultiROM. It will only show you the operating system you have at that time. Press it twice and it will charge as usual. Finally, from now on, you can install a ROM as usual from a zip file using TWRP. If you want to see more of the installation process and how it works, you can see it in the following video:
MultiROM already allows loading two simultaneous ROMs in the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro
Finally, the news: MultiROM is already compatible with the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro. You can install two ROMs on one of the newest and most interesting phones from Xiaomi, using MIUI at the same time as some other operating system like LineageOS. If instead you are interested in another Xiaomi phone, such as the Xiaomi Mi A1How about a tool to root it and install ROMs in a super easy way?