Galaxy S2’s developer – HellCat - has completed an app which let users to simply dual-boot between two different custom ROMs, making ROM hopping easier. This app will permit Samsung Galaxy S II owners to dual-boot among their existing ROM and the new ROM they are trying out. So, if in the middle of the day, they don’t similar to the new ROM, they be able to simply boot back into the older ROM they were earlier using.
This app will be a boon in favor of every SGS2 user who remains switching between a Samsung based ROM, for its features, and an AOSP ROM, for its ease and customizability. Since the app is still in early stages, it might have a few rough edges. Galaxy S2 users interested in dual-booting ROMs on their handset should keep in mind that they must have a rooted phone, with a kernel which must support dual-boot.
Moreover, later than they setup dual-boot on their handset, they cannot access the Recovery menu to use the Volume Up. + Home + Power button combo. This key combination will allow them to boot into the second ROM they have installed. To boot into recovery, they need to connect their phone to a USB charger. You can also download this app from here
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