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[MultiBoot][unofficial]MultiROM V28 [Updated:31/08/2014]

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19th September 2014, 06:36 PM   |  #141  
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Yes., I have. I'm also use KL

Please explain what is youor problem exactly. You can't load other ROM or you can't install other rom what is the problem
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Please explain what is youor problem exactly. You can't load other ROM or you can't install other rom what is the problem

No, not exactly.

When I was on v27, I had my main ROM + 2 additional ROMS.

Then I updated to v28. At that time, i could also boot on any of the 3 ROMS.

Last week, I added a fourth rom and since then, I can only boot the internal and the fourth rom. These are the only ones I can see in the boot menu.

But If I go in TWRP -> Multirom menu -> list of rom : I can see all my roms.

I just can't boot the 2 "old" ones.

Then, I noticed that I have a new folder called "boot" in addition of the image files in the Multirom Folders of my SD card. I don't know if this is related.
22nd September 2014, 11:09 AM   |  #143  
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Originally Posted by Nebukad_fr

No, not exactly.

When I was on v27, I had my main ROM + 2 additional ROMS.

Then I updated to v28. At that time, i could also boot on any of the 3 ROMS.

Last week, I added a fourth rom and since then, I can only boot the internal and the fourth rom. These are the only ones I can see in the boot menu.

But If I go in TWRP -> Multirom menu -> list of rom : I can see all my roms.

I just can't boot the 2 "old" ones.

Then, I noticed that I have a new folder called "boot" in addition of the image files in the Multirom Folders of my SD card. I don't know if this is related.

This is because in the last MultiROM have some changes now just delete the 2 old ones and then install it again or backup them with TWRP and restor it in the new location
6th October 2014, 12:53 PM   |  #144  
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Hi,

I can't add a rom using a backup. Am I the only one ? It fails saying "Can't create ROM folders"
7th October 2014, 09:51 AM   |  #145  
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No multirom options in advance recovery menu
Help Please,

I don't see the multirom menu in the recovery but the multirom boot options is appear on boot menu.
I've tried installing it over twrp recovery v2.6.3.0, v2.1.7 and v2.8.0.0 and the results still the same.
7th October 2014, 10:31 AM   |  #146  
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Help Please,

I don't see the multirom menu in the recovery but the multirom boot options is appear on boot menu.
I've tried installing it over twrp recovery v2.6.3.0, v2.1.7 and v2.8.0.0 and the results still the same.

You need to launch TWRP from the multirom boot menu and not your normal recovery. Plus, you can't use any theme in multiboot TWRP.
7th October 2014, 12:08 PM   |  #147  
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Thanks,
I've tried opening the TWRP from boot menu to go into multirom menu but it stuck either black screen or htc quietly brilliant animation.
Please confirm if i'm doing this correctly:
1. flash KL-zeus kernel using fastboot: fastboot flash boot <filename.img>
2. flash multirom from recovery.
3. reboot
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Thanks,
I've tried opening the TWRP from boot menu to go into multirom menu but it stuck either black screen or htc quietly brilliant animation.
Please confirm if i'm doing this correctly:
1. flash KL-zeus kernel using fastboot: fastboot flash boot <filename.img>
2. flash multirom from recovery.
3. reboot

Yes, that it. And then, on the multirom boot menu, select the second entry "TWRP".

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