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Hi, I recently flashed cm11 and the according gapps package (4.4.2). And I realized I am missing the photosphere, while it is not extremely important, id still love to have the function enabled, even though i am most likely going to use my cellphone instead.

Anyone know if theres a flashable package somewhere? I tried to search, they are all for nexus 5.
 
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The only way you are going to get something like Photosphere is to install Focal from the Play Store. Focal used to be baked into CM but the Dev went his own way.

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Here add the photosphere module:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2397942
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But that's just for Nexus, right? won't install on my i9300...
 
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But that's just for Nexus, right? won't install on my i9300...
As long as you are using cm11 or any aosp 4.4.2 it'll work
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