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[ROM] [4.4.4] [AOSP] Paranoid Rastakat

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2nd August 2013, 12:21 AM   |  #1  
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Paranoid Rastakat


This ROM is built with love and dedication. This is Paranoid Rastakat. Hope you guys enjoy it

Please report any bugs. Thank you.

Feature list:
- AOSP
- Rastakat features
- Theme Manager
- Hover
- Peek
- Pie
- Quick Settings 3.1 (AOSPA)
- Quick Unlock (enabled by default)
- -O3 optimized
- Odexed

To install:
1) I suggest a clean wipe coming from any 4.4.x or stock ROM.
2) Flash ROM + Gapps + SuperSU+ Kernel of choice if any
3) Set everything up. (Start up might take awhile so give it time)
4) Enjoy

Link:
ROM: https://drive.google.com/folderview?...DJxUW5mV2xWQVE
Gapps: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2012857
Note:
If you get any force close on any Google related apps such as Google+, please update it in Play Store.

Bugs:
None for now so please report.

Credit:
Google
CyanogenMod
Chainfire
Rascarlo
Paranoid Android Team
ÜBER™ (for the wonderful logo!)
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2nd August 2013, 12:22 AM   |  #2  
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With Minimus dead, I'll use this thread for Paranoid Rastakat.
What is Paranoid Rastakat?
-Paranoid Rastakat is a project I have been working on for a month or two now. When I was away to study for APs, I used Paranoid Android and Rastakat as my daily driver. Sometimes Minimus, but mostly those two ROMs. I kept switching between them as I liked certain aspects of one ROM compared to another. Both delivered what I needed and were amazingly stable and fluid. So when Finals and APs came to a close, I decided to try and bring the best of both worlds together with the philosophy of Minimus. I'm happy with the results.
Can you add x, y, or z into Paranoid Rastakat?
- It depends on whether Rascarlo adds it or the Paranoid Android team adds it. I want Paranoid Rastakat to be a ROM that sticks to what it is meant to be from the start.
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Awesome, things are looking to speed up in this thread!!!
Going to give this a try in a little
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2nd August 2013, 12:46 AM   |  #5  
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Features:
- -O3 optimized

Looks good! I have to ask, did you see any improvements with the O3 Krait patch?
I thought those were Krait 200 specific and that the new kernels and that 4.3 already came with these patches built-in for all Krait versions.
(2,3 and 400.)

Well, if anyone could provide before and after benchmarks.. I would greatly appreciate it and I know others will too!
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Originally Posted by Bloodcore

Looks good! I have to ask, did you see any improvements with the O3 Krait patch?
I thought those were Krait 200 specific and that the new kernels and that 4.3 already came with these patches built-in for all Krait versions.
(2,3 and 400.)

Well, if anyone could provide before and after benchmarks.. I would greatly appreciate it and I know others will too!

This isn't fully optimized yet. This is just initial build. Keep that in mind
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2nd August 2013, 01:27 AM   |  #7  
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I have your nexus 4 ROM so fast and simple....trying this now

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Which kernal are you using jarjar?

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Quote:
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I have your nexus 4 ROM so fast and simple....trying this now

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---------- Post added at 12:27 AM ---------- Previous post was at 12:26 AM ----------

Which kernal are you using jarjar?

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I'm using Jassy. The one the ROM comes with is stock.

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Awesome, gonna try this later today. Thanks man!

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2nd August 2013, 01:35 AM   |  #10  
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Is it noticbly faster?

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