Originally Posted by jwhite5840
Before flaming me and telling me to search, rest assured I've read all 100+ pages of the original thread on multiboot.
I have a Defy green lense running rooted stock Froyo and 2nd init 2.0 with the CWM 184.108.40.206 bootmenu. I want to run multiboot 0.8 with stock ROM as nand and a custom ROM on the virtual (SD card). What I'm not sure about is whether I can safely install multiboot with this version of CWM bootmenu, as I don't see "latest" or "stable recovery". All I have is "stock recovery" and "custom recovery".
Some posts say multiboot will add these options, others say update CWM first before flashing multiboot's zip.
Any helpful suggestions?
Well, I used this multiboot.
The answer is YES, it works fine, Just Need Flash on CWM the last multiboot ZIP file.
Stock is Motorola factory recovery. latest or stable means too Custom. This is because before you can get CWM o TWRP as CustomRecovery on your DEFY. Actually you can get Both.
Originally Posted by ibtihaaz
Hi there mate.....I wanted to know if someone has been able to installed and successfully used multiboot with 2nd boot ROMs ... Has any solution been found already ??
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I just want let clear: "This Multiboot does not work with CustomKernel" so the CustomRom must be a bit old, because must be running wYour correct version of Kernel (Froyo or Ginger on 525 or 526 Respectivelly).
Actually thanks to Walter79 that Found a New DualBoot Method but ths function only is available with SD-Card Partitioning operation
Take a look here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2275502
(Sorry my bad English, Im Beginner on the 2nd Language)