Now that the HTC One has a dual-boot option for users to choose Sense or non-Sense (HA!) software, the developer behind SWITCH has set his sights on Samsung’s Galaxy S 4. A new IndieGoGo campaign is already nearing its £1,000 ($1,535) goal for Paul O’Brien to replicate his dual boot solution for Samsung’s flagship phone.
O’Brien has long run the MoDaCo site and has created dozens of custom ROMs for Android(s goog) devices. SWITCH is his most recent project, which came about when Google began selling the latest flagships from HTC and Samsung with pure Android software. Called Google Experience devices, the HTC One and Galaxy S 4 are the first in the series, and there are reports that Sony’s(s sne) Xperia Z will also join the lineup.
But why choose between software from a manufacturer as opposed to the Nexus-like experience of stock Android? The answer is simple:…
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