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So why is it every other s3 lines has a dualboot but we dont? Is it just lack of someone willing to make one or is it impossible?

Sorry, i have wondered this for awhile. We have a multi boot but i dont need 100 roms or more then 2 really.
 
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Why not just use multi boot for the two you want?

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Multiboot is equivalent dude

You can even leave a script in the multiboot folder that pushes you to recovery to allow you to choose which ROM to boot in the first place or just hold two more buttons when powering on anyway.

You can also just boot your second ROM whenever and reboot to get back to the first one.

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Why not just use multi boot for the two you want?

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Multi boot is fine an all but it would be easy if it was just a dual boot so its not doing 10 things to substatue doing 2 or 3..

But looks like there isnt going to be a way.

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You could ask the dev. Maybe itd be a simple tweak to something to do what you want, im not sure though.

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