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26th September 2019, 04:58 AM |#3801  
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17th October 2019, 10:48 AM |#3804  
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1. Main downloads

Modified recovery (based on TWRP): TWRP_multirom_hammerhead_20160210.img
MultiROM Manager Android app: Google Play or link to APK

Kernel w/ kexec-hardboot patch (Stock 4.4):
Kernel w/ kexec-hardboot patch (Stock 4.4.1 and 4.4.2):
Kernel w/ kexec-hardboot patch (Stock 4.4.3 and 4.4.4):
Kernel w/ kexec-hardboot patch (Stock L preview):
Kernel w/ kexec-hardboot patch (Stock 5.0 preview (LPX13D)):
Kernel w/ kexec-hardboot patch (Stock 5.0 and 5.0.1):
Kernel w/ kexec-hardboot patch (Stock 5.1):
Kernel w/ kexec-hardboot patch (Stock 5.1.1):
Kernel w/ kexec-hardboot patch (Stock 6.0 and 6.0.1):
Kernel w/ kexec-hardboot patch (CM 11 (4.4 - 4.4.2)):
Kernel w/ kexec-hardboot patch (CM 11 (4.4.3 - 4.4.4)):
Kernel w/ kexec-hardboot patch (CM 12.0):
Kernel w/ kexec-hardboot patch (CM 12.1):
Kernel w/ kexec-hardboot patch (CM 13.0):
You need to have kernel with kexec-hardboot patch only in your primary ROM!

2. third-party kernels with kexec-hardboot patch
franco.Kernel (r21 and newer) -
Chaos -
ElementalX -

Nicely ask your kernel developer to merge kexec-hardboot patch.
3. Uninstaller

MultiROM uninstaller:
Flash this ZIP file to remove MultiROM from your device. It will erase all secondary ROMs. If you don't want MultiROM menus in recovery, re-flash clean TWRP, but it is not needed - those menus don't do anything if MultiROM is not installed.
4. Flashable factory images ZIPs
I usually release flashable ZIP files based on new factory images from Google, so that you can have clean stock ROM as a secondary system in MultiROM. They are not rooted, no anything, except for occasional small tweaks to make rooting with SuperSU possible. You can find them in this folder on basketbuild or dev-host.

MultiROM v33
* Updates for Android 6.0 compatibility

MultiROM v32c
* Add support for Android M preview (MPZ44Q). SuperSU 2.46 doesn't work on M
  and breaks boot - don't flash it!

MultiROM v32b
* Fix pattern encryption password incorrectly reporting "invalid password"
  when the pattern overlaps itself

MultiROM v32a
* Fix support for separate radio.img with secondary kitkat ROMs

MultiROM v32
* Minor GUI improvements
* Support for device encryption (with Android-based secondary ROMs only, for
  AOSP encryption only - does not work with CAF-based CyanogenMod as primary
  ROM). See FAQ in this device's XDA thread for more info.
* Bunch of ROM compatibility fixes

MultiROM v31
* Add support for "multimount" fstabs
* Support interlaced PNGs (fixes wrongly rendered icons in boot manager, e.g.
  the L icon)

MultiROM v30
* Fix logs generated by the "emergency reboot" screen, they were incomplete

MultiROM v29
* Implement "autoboot if no key pressed" mode - the boot manager won't show up
  unless you hold down a volume down button during boot. Must be enabled in
* Android 5.0 preview related tweaks

MultiROM v28
* You can now swipe between the tabs in the boot manager
* Minor UI adjustments

MultiROM v27a
* Fix freezes in the boot manager
* Add support for SailfishOS

MultiROM v27
* Redesign the boot manager GUI. Looks much better now.
* Fix separate radio.img not working on Android L preview ROMs
* Fix issues with unaccessible /sdcard on Android L preview. Do NOT run
  restorecon manually on /data/media, ever - it breaks MultiROM!
* Workaround bug which caused franco.Kernel on N5 to break secondary ROM's
* Update Ubuntu Touch init scripts
* Use power+volume down (you have to press power first!) to save screenshots.
  They are now PNG images and are saved to /sdcard/Pictures/Screenshots/.

MultiROM v26
* Fix boot into secondary ROM from the MultiROM Manager app broken in v25

MultiROM v25
* Add support for the Android L preview

MultiROM v24
* Add F2FS support
* Show icons in ROM list, configurable via MultiROM Manager app
* Improve compatibility with different ROMs and kernels when booting a ROM
  from the Android app

MultiROM v23
* Fix compatibility with Ubuntu Touch rev 290 and higher. If your Ubuntu
  installation won't boot, go to recovery and use "Re-patch init" option in
  Advanced -> MultiROM -> List ROMs -> *ubuntu*.

MultiROM v22c
* Fix graphics corruption with some custom kernels

MultiROM v22b
* Mount the real /data partition to folder /android/realdata in Ubuntu Touch,
  enabling sharing data between Android and Ubuntu Touch. See for more info.

MultiROM v22a
* Add support for ROMs with DTB only as separate blob in boot.img (AOKP)

MultiROM v22
* Fix Ubuntu Touch boot taking long time
* Fix Ubuntu Touch freezing on Google logo for some users

MultiROM v21a
* Add support for testing builds of Ubuntu Touch (see XDA thread, post #323)

MultiROM v21
* Revert "mount /system in secondary ROMs read-only" - if done so, SuperSU
  breaks the boot.

MultiROM v20
* Support booting ROMs directly from Manager App
* Fix FCs on CyanogenMod-based ROMs
* Fix support for USB drives formatted with NTFS, broken in v17
* Mount /system in secondary ROMs read-only

MultiROM v19
* Initial version

* Fix ZIP selector being set to wrong storage after flashing ZIP to a
  secondary ROM

* Update to TWRP 3.0.0 (big thanks to nkk71 for doing most of the work)
* Use Material theme made by z31s1g - thanks!
* Fixes for 6.0 compatibility
* Fixes for SuperSU compatibility. Use BETA 2.67-20160203160253 ( ) or newer!

* Update to TWRP 2.8.7
* Add option to duplicate secondary ROM into "Swap ROMs" section

* Fix Ubuntu Touch installation broken in previous update

* Fix support for SuperSU 2.47 Beta and higher

* Update to TWRP 2.8.6
* Added "restorecon" option to secondary ROMs (in MultiROM -> List ROMs),
  should be used to fix broken SELinux contexts, which can be causing
  bootloops of secondary ROMs
* Bunch of ROM compatibility fixes - recovery now uses entirely new way to
  inject ZIP installation files, which should be much more robust and reliable
* Big ZIPs (> 450MB) are no longer permanently modified when flashed as
  secondary ROMs
* Fix sideloading of big ZIP files (> 450MB) into secondary ROMs

* Update to TWRP 2.8.5
* Fix support for ROMs containing a in their installation file
  (e.g. AICP)

* Fix "Swap ROMs" feature after the last update

* Update to TWRP 2.8.4
* Lots of ZIP compatibility fixes (e.g. for CM 12)

* Support for ZIP files which are using the new 'block_image_update' command
  (e.g. SimpleAOSP ROM)

* Update to TWRP 2.8.1

* Update autoboot settings for MultiROM v29

* Update with changes from upstream version: fix a bug that causes
  weird graphics glitches and touch issues

* Update to TWRP 2.8.0
* Fix adding ROMs from backup to a FAT32 USB drives
* Remove "share kernel with internal?" from "Add ROM" page, there is usually
  no reason to use it anymore and it might be confusing to figure out what it
  actually does. You can still get the same behavior by clicking "Remove
  boot.img" on the List ROMs -> *rom name* page.

12.8.2014 - 1
* Fix 'Flash ZIP' function for Android ROMs, broken by a typo in previous

* Remove Ubuntu Touch installation, installing via recovery is deprecated
* Add SailfishOS installation

* Show secondary ROM's name in the title bar while executing it's script (e.g.
  during OTA update)
* Update Ubuntu Touch updater
* Fix failure to swap ROMs if it contains filenames starting with a dot
* Fix add ROM from a backup producing unbootable ROM with Android L preview
* Add option to remove radio.img from secondary ROMs
* Add config options for MultiROM v27

* Update to TWRP 2.7.1
* Hide misleading "Mount: Unable to find partition for path '/data'" message
  which appeared during secondary ROM installation, it is not _actually_ an

* Fix installation of bigger (>350MB) ZIPs as secondary ROMs

* Fix crash during settings loading, causing a bootloop with certain settings

* Add F2FS support
* Add tool to switch F2FS<->ext4 to Advanced menu
* Fix problems with backups introduced by TWRP 2.7.0

* Update to TWRP 2.7.0
* Remove "save" button from MultiROM settings page, it is saved automatically

* Support for system-image based (from the Manager app) Ubuntu Touch
* Fix time in recovery
* Some rendering optimizations, resulting in noticeably higher FPS in recovery

* Update to support latest Ubuntu Touch testing builds
* Fix date and time in recovery
* Add support for mice connected via USB-OTG
* Fixup scrollbar behaviour in file list

* Fix radio in Ubuntu Touch

* Fix installing ROMs to USB drive
* Fix ZIP verification
* Support ZIP verification for secondary ROMs

* Initial hammerhead release

Hello, I'd like to apologize for dredging up an old thread.

The download links and the mirror are all dead
I want to download Kernel w/ kexec-hardboot patch (Stock 6.0 and 6.0.1) very much.

Could you please help me
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