- A rooted Nexus 5 (32 GB)
- MultiROM App
- Flashable zip of Android L from here
I chose 32GB as almost 10 GB will be used by the three OSes. Unfortunately Nexus 7(2012) is yet not supported by Android L and also not by Ubuntu Touch new version.
If you have not rooted your Nexus device, you need to root your device first. Tutorials for rooting device can be found here .
Installing Android L
- Install the Multirom App from Google Play
- Install the kernel patch and TWRP from Multirom App
- Reboot to Recovery
- Select Advanced -> MultiROM -> Add ROM -> Android ( Share Kernel ->Don’t Share) -> Next
- Select ROM Source -> Zip -> Select the Android L zip
- Once the flashing is complete, reboot the phone and select Android L from the boot menu
Installing Ubuntu Touch
- Installing Ubuntu Touch is very easy once the MultiROM app is installed. From the list, select the latest promoted image
- Once download completes, reboot to finish the installation
- Reboot again and select Ubuntu Touch from the boot menu to login to Ubuntu Touch