I personally just backup in TiBu on ROM 1 and restore on ROM 2. Works as the backup location is stored between ROMs.
Only issue I guess is that since apps aren't shared, but installed again it takes up more memory to have to same app installed. Not a big deal as I don't really use secondaries as a DD. I'm just checking them out.
Hwy guys I have everything set up and working which is so awesome! However when going to List ROM'S and selecting to flash gapps or a kernel it's not sticking... The flash shows it completed successfully but when rebooting gapps aren't flashed nor is the kernel. Any ideas?
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Awesome this would be great on a tablet like the nexus 10 so we can boot Ubuntu and android. Cant wait to try this out though I don't really need more than one ROM on my phone :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:
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