We’ve been giving you a lot of updates regarding which devices now have working MultiROM ports just because we understand that sometimes productivity demands being able to tweak an OS just the way you want it. Or maybe because being able to boot into different ROMs without deleting your OS is just a cool thing to do. Whatever it is, we’re adding to that list today with a MultiROM port for the hugely popular Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
The port for the Galaxy Note 2 – also known by its model number the N7100 – was developed by XDA senior member “tilaksidduram”, but really, all of these would not be possible if not for the work of XDA developer “Tassadar” who first developed the system.
There are special implementations that need to be done to run MultiROM on the Galaxy Note 2 – the device that needs to run MultiROM should be running a kexec-hardboot patched kernel. The full instructions are made available by the port maker via the official forum thread here. And as always, there will be small kinks, but the developer said that they are progressing on ironing those out.
Would you believe that the Galaxy Note 2 is already a two-year old device? Considering that it is still hugely popular, there will still be people out there using the device as their main phone. We hope that this cool new tweak will help in one way or another.