Being an Google’s Nexus 7 owner you might be interested in learning how to run various operating systems loaded on your Android 4.1 Jelly Bean smartphone. Today, we got that XDA-Developer named Tassadar has created a new application called ‘MultiROM’ for Google’s Nexus 7 tablet, enables you to load multiple OSes on to it exclusively.
MultiROM is all based on multi-booting solution that has been created to boot an Android ROM on your Nexus 7 tablet while keeping the one already running in the internal memory intact or boot Ubuntu without having the device to be format entirely.
Tasssadar explains about the MultiROM – the ROM can only be set-up in the internal memory of the Nexus 7 tablet device, but booting from USB is also planned for the future iterations and installations. It is to be noted that those whom toting with an 8GB of Nexus 7 tablet will struggle with this loading, whereas the 16GB and 32GB versions of tablet have plenty of space to install, run extra operating systems.
Interested ones can follow the instructions on how to install multiple OSes on Nexus 7 tablet, after downloading MultiROM app from the XDA-Developers website from here.