1. Are you ready for the Galaxy S20? Here is everything we know so far!

Dual booting with jb & mobs v

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by chadyboy81, Aug 22, 2012.

  1. chadyboy81

    chadyboy81 Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Got boot manager so I could reboot from team dirt jelly bean to mobstergunz v rom to have a camera and beats with power amp and do far its running smooth I recommend trying if you haven't already.just make sure your 2nd rom has gapps in it already

    1. Download the Forums for Android™ app!


  2. wigginst

    wigginst Android Expert

    Have heard that speed and smoothness can be affected when dual booting. Have you seen any loss of quality in the Roms? Being able to do this especially intrigues as cm9 and 10 get worked out it would be nice to go back to midnight rom when I need something like the camera or 3d but be able to run aosp the rest of the time.
  3. kagevazquez

    kagevazquez Well-Known Member

    It only slows down if your sd didn't have a high class (stock is fine ...kinda)
  4. OverByter

    OverByter Resident Slide Rule Guru

    I agree, class 6 minimum but with the low price of storage I would definitely recommend a 32 GB class 10 for $ 25 or so. I personally hate streaming media so I just popped for a SanDisk 64 gb class 10/uh1 for $70.
  5. reddeaddorito

    reddeaddorito Android Enthusiast

    That's really cheap. Where'd you get it? Most Class 10's for 64GB I've seen are $100 or more.

    How'd you get the phone to read it?
  6. chadyboy81

    chadyboy81 Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    The phone formats 64 gb sd cards to fat 32. And I have a good class 10 32 and did notice a Lil difference on the sd card rom, but not all the time

    Additionally you can have up to 4 roms not just 2 tho only 1 at a time and of course only 1 on system the rest run off of the sd card
  7. koopakid08

    koopakid08 Android Expert

    For dual booting SanDisk is the way to go even a class 4 SanDisk has better results than a non SanDisk class 10.

    A SanDisk class 10 is even better.

Share This Page