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I was on Omni ROM and decided to check out Paranoid Android. I go the About menu and click on the build number a million times to get to dev menu. I installed the Trinity kernel, but I don't have a performance menu. I had performance menu on Omni ROM, but how do I get it on PA?

Device: Nexus 5 (32GB)
Android Version: 4.4.2
PA Version: 4.0-BETA5
Baseband Version: M8974A-1.0.25.0.13

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I was on Omni ROM and decided to check out Paranoid Android. I go the About menu and click on the build number a million times to get to dev menu. I installed the Trinity kernel, but I don't have a performance menu. I had performance menu on Omni ROM, but how do I get it on PA?

Device: Nexus 5 (32GB)
Android Version: 4.4.2
PA Version: 4.0-BETA5
Baseband Version: M8974A-1.0.25.0.13

If you need anymore information, just tell me.

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It's the rom. PA doesn't have it. tapping on build prop week only get you the developer option
 
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It's the rom. PA doesn't have it. tapping on build prop week only get you the developer option
Is there a way to add it manually? I'm good with that kind of stuff. >
 
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Is there a way to add it manually? I'm good with that kind of stuff. >
Yea lol, if you can create your own rom from source. Roms have different features some you'll like and some you won't. Just use the ones that have the features you like.
 
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Yea lol, if you can create your own rom from source. Roms have different features some you'll like and some you won't. Just use the ones that have the features you like.
I'll look in to it. Thank you
 
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Is there a way to add it manually? I'm good with that kind of stuff. >
Trickster mod from the play store.

While it doesn't add it to the developer options menu or embed itself in settings, it will provide you control

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