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[Q] Installing Ubuntu 14.10 MultiRom

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By subwoofer12, Junior Member on 5th June 2014, 08:50 PM
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So currently I have FirefoxOS, Android, and Ubuntu Touch installed in MultiRom. Before I followed this guide:

But now that 14.10 is released I want to install that instead of 13.10, but now the daily builds are all image files instead of zips, is it still possible to install Ubuntu Touch through MultiRom? if so how?

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5th June 2014, 08:58 PM |#2  
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To clarify I want to install Ubuntu 14.10 using this method:

Download the system image flash-able zip ( & device specific flash-able zip ( from here.
Connect your device to the PC and transfer the & to the deviceís storage.
Open a new cmd window and type in the following command to boot your device in recovery mode:

adb reboot recovery

Tap on Advanced > MultiROM > Add ROM
Set Choose ROM type to Ubuntu Touch
Set Share kernel with Internal ROM to Donít share
Now tap on Next > ZIP file. Select and start the flashing process.
Once done, again tap on Advanced > MultiROM > List ROMs
Tap on trusty-preinstalled-touch > and start the flashing process.
Once the process is complete, tap on Reboot System
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