How To Install Multiple ROMs on Galaxy Nexus 5 Using MultiROM

As predicted for almost any Nexus device, the latest flagship of Google, the Nexus 5, is finding many exciting 3rd-party programs, and the most recent in this series is the amazing MultiROM clinching on the Nexus. For all those who are not familiar with this, so MultiROM allows you to install and boot several ROMs on Android device, and has at this point support only the Nexus 4, Nexus 7, along with the Nexus 5 just recently joined. So keep follow us to read about how to install multiple ROMs on Galaxy Nexus 5 using MultiROM.

MultiROM for Nexus 5

At the moment, you may use this on your Google Nexus 5 for mutli booting with any of the wonderful Android ROMs available right now. You are not even limited to Android-based ROMs; but you even can flash the Firefox OS or Ubuntu Touch as secondary ROMs and even boot with such ROMs, the moment they come to be available for your device which is probably be by their next main release.

MultiROM for Nexus 5

When we comes down to install the MultiROM and by using this to flash multiple ROMs on our device, the procedure is exactly the same as for previos one for instance the Nexus 4 and 7. Just get the MultiROM below and follow these steps:

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Guide On How To Install Multiple ROMs On Galaxy Nexus 5

  • Launch the MultiROM Manager app on your device.
  • On the Install/Update card, tick the MultiROM, Recovery and Kernel check boxes.
  • Tap the Install button on the Install/Update card.


The MultiROM Manager app will automatically take care of downloading and installing the required components for your device.

Installing Another Android ROM

Dual-booting is a great way to test out another Android ROM without having to let go of your current one. In order to dual-boot another ROM with MultiBoot:

  1. Download the zip file for your ROM and transfer it to your device’s storage.
  2. Reboot your device into recovery.
  3. Go to Advanced > MultiROM > Add ROM.
  4. Choose the ROM’s ZIP file, followed by confirming the installation.

You can use the same method for installing multiple Android ROMs.

Updating Or Deleting A Secondary Android ROM

You can easily update or delete any of your secondary Android ROMs that you have installed by following these steps:

  1. Reboot your device into recovery.
  2. Go to Advanced > MultiROM > List ROMs and select the desired ROM.
  3. Now select the desired option. For instance, select ‘Flash ZIP’ for updating the ROM or flashing any mod for it, followed by selecting the zip file of the updated version or mod.

Once again, As MultiROM tool can be applied to flash  Firefox OS and  Ubuntu Touch as secondary ROMs, but still you will need these Android OS to be available for Nexus 5 device so as to testes, and need to wait right up until their next lets outs.

(Source : addictivetips )