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[ROM][OFFICIAL][KitKat 4.4.4][All MDPI] PAC-ROM KK RC-3

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13th March 2015, 08:40 AM |#641  
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Flashed the new LegacyXperia kernel (cm-11-20150310), no issues with WiFi or anything yet. Seems to be the best kernel so far, but it's too early to say for sure. At least, no apparent issues yet. Thanks Langes


Thanks for the hint that there is some new release!

But where did you optain the cm-11-20150310? On LegacyXperia on basketbuild I just found:
cm-11-20150309
 
 
13th March 2015, 08:44 AM |#642  
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Thanks for the hint that there is some new release!

But where did you optain the cm-11-20150310? On LegacyXperia on basketbuild I just found:
cm-11-20150309

All 11 devices were built over those two days, so the date depends on the device you are looking at.
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14th March 2015, 02:10 AM |#643  
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Flashed the January 21 release and can't find the "PAC in Black" setting... Is it removed from this build? I really liked the black background...
26th March 2015, 09:28 PM |#644  
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There will be no more PAC-4.4 builds. We are not maintaining the 4.4 source anymore.

Langes what about 5.0 public builds? I can't set up my new pc to a build pc(error here, error there) so i hope you will maintain the xperia 2011 on android 5
27th March 2015, 08:16 AM |#645  
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Langes what about 5.0 public builds? I can't set up my new pc to a build pc(error here, error there) so i hope you will maintain the xperia 2011 on android 5

Official PAC-5.0 Builds will be rolling out soon. You can get the info here
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5th July 2015, 11:37 PM |#646  
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Question SK17I
Hi world im a newbie
i have an xperia mini pro sk17i (mango) (Azerty Keyboard).
Im on ICS 4.0.4 Stock Rom 587. Kernel 3.2 Rage. Rooted. Unlocked Bootloader.

im a little bit confused of choosing a PAC ROM
i wonder which version of PAC is the most stable ?
i mean everything working well
no bugs at all

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6th July 2015, 12:17 AM |#647  
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Well, KitKat 4.4.4 Release + latest CM11 kernel from LegacyXperia are quite stable and usable on my Xperia Ray (ST18i) in my usage scenario. However, I have most PAC features turned off (considering very low RAM available, and not so powerful CPU), and most app's data and Dalvik cache moved to external F2FS data partition on SD card. Chrome is almost unusable on this device (too slow, blank pages are often), so I reverted to standard browser. Youtube is hardly usable. Skype is slow in response, but okay in performance, including video - using it for work. Gapps are another point to consider, you can update it independently, but from compatible distribution. To sum it up, files to flash are (for ST18i, look for similar for yours one):

pac_urushi-nightly-20150121.zip (MD5: bdabcc7f5f4087312a03f73eb8ff37ba)
cm-11-20150511-UNOFFICIAL-LegacyXperia-urushi.zip (MD5: 348241e78b729ae80e858ba2044d6176)
gapps-kk-20150222-minimal-edition-gps034-240dpi-signed.zip (MD5: 36132a531d23f4b218fd0176ea9924a7)
22nd July 2015, 09:57 AM |#648  
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Hi
My phone is Xperia Mini . I downloaded this rom for smultron .
I flash inside kernel and wipe data & cash & factory.
Installed the rom and gapps .

All things going well but

for recording voice , it has a bug !
When I try to recorde a video or sound , it's too quite !!!
The worths thing is when I call some body or incall . I hear them very well but my voice is too low for them !

Helpppppppppppppppppp

Hallo, I have the same problem(Xperia Ray). I installed RC-3. Seems that the sound from the camera mic is very low or maybe not working at all ? S/o have any idea how to fix this? Boost /turn on signal from the rear mic? Or maybe rear mic is just for noise cancelling and not supposed to hear anything from it? then signal from the main mic must have some trick to be boosted ?
Just found another bug, when using bluetooth headset, there is no sound at all when video recording.
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23rd July 2015, 01:25 PM |#649  
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Wifi not working for me, please help
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Official PAC-5.0 Builds will be rolling out soon. You can get the info here

Hi Mr Langes.

please help me with choosing a Pacman's ROM.

which is the most stable one. with a real 720p HD recording camera. and no issues with wifi or bluetooth . with no bugs at all.

im a newbie here. i tried a lot of CROMS but there was always a major bug or somthing that make me unsatisfied.

i have an xperia mini pro sk17i (mango) (Azerty Keyboard).
Im on ICS 4.0.4 Stock Rom 587. Kernel 3.2 Rage. Rooted. Unlocked Bootloader.

im a little bit confused of choosing a PAC ROM
i wonder which version of PAC is the most stable ?

thanks in advence.
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