Next CyanogenMod ROM To Feature Dual-Boot Feature?

Next CyanogenMod ROM To Feature Dual Boot Feature?

I was doing a bit of scooping around the the MIUI website and forums and came across this comment. As you can see, the author seems to be CyanogenMod, commenting that the next version of CyanogenMod ROM’s may have a dual boot feature, enabling you to choose between 2 different OS’ during start up your device.

However no one has confirmed this and it could just be a troll. You never know though.

It would be great if we could use 2 OS’ on our Android devices, the possibilities would be endless.

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Oliur Rahman

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Comments

  1. I am wondering what they do in the furure… But I hope that the Milet will be in my phone collection ;D

  2. I am wondering what they do in the furure… But I hope that the Milet will be in my phone collection ;D

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  6. […] File this one under unconfirmed, but the next version of CyanogenMod is rumored to offer a dual-boot setup. This would give you the option of two different operating systems when you boot up your device. [via Ultralinx] […]

  7. […] File this one under unconfirmed, but the next version of CyanogenMod is rumored to offer a dual-boot setup. This would give you the option of two different operating systems when you boot up your device. [via Ultralinx] […]

  8. […] File this one under unconfirmed, but the next version of CyanogenMod is rumored to offer a dual-boot setup. This would give you the option of two different operating systems when you boot up your device. [via Ultralinx] […]

  9. […] File this one under unconfirmed, but the next version of CyanogenMod is rumored to offer a dual-boot setup. This would give you the option of two different operating systems when you boot up your device. [via Ultralinx] […]

  10. […] File this one under unconfirmed, but the next version of CyanogenMod is rumored to offer a dual-boot setup. This would give you the option of two different operating systems when you boot up your device. [via Ultralinx] […]

  11. […] File this one under unconfirmed, but the next version of CyanogenMod is rumored to offer a dual-boot setup. This would give you the option of two different operating systems when you boot up your device. [via Ultralinx] […]

  12. […] File this one under unconfirmed, but the next version of CyanogenMod is rumored to offer a dual-boot setup. This would give you the option of two different operating systems when you boot up your device. [via Ultralinx] […]

  13. […] File this one under unconfirmed, but the next version of CyanogenMod is rumored to offer a dual-boot setup. This would give you the option of two different operating systems when you boot up your device. [via Ultralinx] […]

  14. […] File this one under unconfirmed, but the next version of CyanogenMod is rumored to offer a dual-boot setup. This would give you the option of two different operating systems when you boot up your device. [via Ultralinx] […]

  15. […] File this one under unconfirmed, but the next version of CyanogenMod is rumored to offer a dual-boot setup. This would give you the option of two different operating systems when you boot up your device. [via Ultralinx] […]

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  17. […] File this one under unconfirmed, but the next version of CyanogenMod is rumored to offer a dual-boot setup. This would give you the option of two different operating systems when you boot up your device. [via Ultralinx] […]

  18. The source link doesn’t lead anywhere, I’ve noticed this on a few of the articles here.

  19. The source link doesn’t lead anywhere, I’ve noticed this on a few of the articles here.

  20. Oliur Rahman says:

    Thanks for the heads up. I’ve worked out what the problem was and I have fixed it. If you find anymore broken links please comment on them and I’ll fix them right away.