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PACman AIO 4.4 - GT-I9195 - Nightlies - Bug Reports & Discussion

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12th March 2014, 10:28 AM   |  #1  
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This thread is to discuss any issues you may have or bug reports to raise regarding the CM11 nightlies AND stable versions for the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini international LTE variant (GT-I9195) and the international 3G variant (GT-I9190) (see notes section if you have some other variant).

Opened this thread so that newbies can also post their issues here, as well as to keep the release thread clean for development-related discussions only.

Links

Release Thread

Link for official build

PAC-man Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini LTE Discussion

Official Paranoid Google Apps 0 Day

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How to install PAC-man AIO:

1/ Read the notes below before doing anything.
2/ Root and install using CWM recovery or Philz Advanced Recovery:
Available here: [RECOVERY][ROOT] Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini LTE (GT-I9195)
3/ Copy all the files you downloaded for PAC-man (From http://pacman.basketbuild.com/index..../serranoltexx/) into your SD card along with the Paranoid Google Apps 0 Day (Optional, but recommended)
4/ Boot into CWM (Vol Up + Home just as the phone is booting up, navigate using Vol btns, HOME to select, POWER to back).
5/ Make a backup of your NANDroid (Optional - Do this so you can return to your previous ROM).
6/ Select "wipe data/factory reset" and press Yes.
7/ Go to Mounts and storage, Select format /system and press Yes.
8/ Go to Install zip from sdcard -> Choose zip from sdcard, which you have put the rom on.
9/ Browse to it and flash the pac_serranoltexx-nightly-XXXXXXXX.zip
10/ Then flash gapps (Optional, but recommended).

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Notes:

- I'm not a member of PAC-man dev team !

Before reporting a bug:
  • Check the issues in this post and last 1-2 pages of the thread, so you can just quote and confirm a bug reported by another (or just use thanks button for this).
  • If it isn't a known bug already, post it using the bug report template. Ask if someone else can reproduce it.
  • If nobody can reproduce it, then you should do a full wipe(make a backup in cwm before it), don't restore/install anything else(this includes custom kernels/apps/settings etc.) than what is needed for trying to reproduce the bug in a clean install. Or just do this step before even reporting it.
  • If the bug is still there then, you can just restore your phone back to the state before wiping.
  • It would also help greatly to provide logs (in blocks), in an organized manner.

List of issues:

Unverified

it seems to run hotter than other roms bluespoon4
Themes aren't working 96DANGER96

Verified & Reproduced

Baseband unknown from the 22th nightly

Fixed / In coming build

Just wait and see

Unable to reproduce / Unique to certain users / Unable to fix / Kernel issue

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Originally Posted by 96DANGER96

I get an error when i try to connect my google account, the phone can't have a secure connection with the server

EDIT: Fixed by editing file \etc\hosts, you must write # before the ip near android.clients.google.com for example:

127.0.0.1 localhost
#23.123.12.13 android.clients.google.com

And try to sign in, now it will work

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Flashed without problems, setting up device right now. I'll post bugs/problems when i find something.
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I get an error when i try to connect my google account, the phone can't have a secure connection with the server

EDIT: Fixed by editing file \etc\hosts, you must write # before the ip near android.clients.google.com for example:

127.0.0.1 localhost
#23.123.12.13 android.clients.google.com

And try to sign in, now it will work

EDIT2: Themes aren't working
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I didn't encounter this, no problems with google services. Or how did you notice?
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With Google Apps did you take?

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I wiped before flash, and didn't flash gapps afterwards. Seems like they're included (someone might look in the zip file (i'm too lazy right now ))
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Oh x) I always install the Google Apps Full Modular 0 Day from Paranoid and never had issues

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