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Thank you very much for your so needed project!
However would you ponder to advance even one step further and make Android version of your Multiple Android-Starter?
Why not to bypass WM6.5 when switching between various NativeSD Androids?
Why not to make it possible to boot another NativeSD ROM directly from other curently running Android ROM, in the same fashion as it is done from WM6.5 (via haret.exe & clrcad.exe)?
It should be feasible to implement even easier than for WM6.5 - maybe some sort of chroot, how do you think?
Your project here allows to start any NativeSD ROM but from WM6.5...
However after Android ROM is already started this way then if you wish to switch to another NativeSD Android ROM you had to reboot the phone, start WM6.5 first and only then to choose another Android via your tool. It is cumbersome, time and battery consuming.
Personally speaking, it is the main obstacle discouraging me from having WM6.5 installed on NAND. In fact I need WM6.5 and NativeSD scheme renders Android on NAND of no gain, so my NAND stays idle for now (if not to mention cLK and sboot...xboot partitons).
So, Android version of your Multiple Android-Starter would make the great difference!
Of course, o82239, but I've rather meant to fast switch between various NativeSD Android ROMs without rebooting the device. If you have WM6.5 on NAND then first you have to boot WM and only afterwards from top of it you may start one of your NativeSD ROMs. So, if you're already in your started this way NativeSD Android and want to run another ROM from your NativeSD installations then you must to reboot the phone and treat your WM as sort of bootloader.
So why not to start one Android from another Android in the same fashion as you used to start an Android from WM so far?
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