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    Nexus 5: Personal Paranoid Android nightly build
    HTC One: Paranoid Android official beta
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    My personal nightly builds from Paranoid Android source

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Hi guys. So I've had a few people PM me and ask for help cherry picking features to build a ROM from source. I've decided I might as well post a guide with what I've gathered. I'll outline the procedure for cherry-picking from both gerrit as well ...
Details: As of right now, these builds do not include Hover. The ParanoidAndroid team is still cleaning up the source code and will release it when they see fit. As soon as they do, I'll include it in my builds. Pie AND Peek are now included. ...
Resolving Conflicts from Cherry-Picking So you've found the commit you want to cherry-pick. You've gone to the right place in your source code to apply it. You've told your computer to apply the cherry-pick. It said it couldn't. Now what? We...
Cherry-Picking a Feature from GitHub To begin cherry-picking, you need to find the GitHub “commit” for what you want. A commit is a record of the changes that were made to achieve something, whether it be a new feature or a bug fix. Today, I...
Cherry Picking a feature from Gerrit To begin cherry-picking, you should first go to the gerrit for your desired cherry-pick and find its entry/entries. I'll cherry-pick Halo from the ParanoidAndroid gerrit into AOSP. Because I want Halo, I'...