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I am using the ovation (B&N HD+) version of PAC ROM and I would like to know where would I find the changes that were made. I know some nightly are minor, while others may have a bit more value in doing the upgrade. Any help on this a big THANKS.
 
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I am using the ovation (B&N HD+) version of PAC ROM and I would like to know where would I find the changes that were made. I know some nightly are minor, while others may have a bit more value in doing the upgrade. Any help on this a big THANKS.
Go to Settings>PAC Settings>PAC Console
Swipe away the Updates screen to see the OTA Rom Updates
Wait for the Build Available on Server part to show if there is a build or not
Swipe in the Updates screen again
Select PAC Changelogs
You will get a list of all Github changes, with the ones you do not have yet at the top, marked NEW and right at the top you will see how many commits your build is behind what is currently in Github.


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Go to Settings>PAC Settings>PAC Console
Swipe away the Updates screen to see the OTA Rom Updates
Wait for the Build Available on Server part to show if there is a build or not
Swipe in the Updates screen again
Select PAC Changelogs
You will get a list of all Github changes, with the ones you do not have yet at the top, marked NEW and right at the top you will see how many commits your build is behind what is currently in Github.
Thanks for "updating" me on getting the info. I was thinking there was a place on the site to get this info. This way is much faster in seeing what going on and where my current build stands.
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