Just noticed all the issues everyone is having on the latest build.
I have to agree, just a few too many bugs for this to continue as a daily driver ATM.
Thank you OP for maintaining an bug fixes. I will be coming back to pack eventually.
Basically, I'm due to enroll on a IT course in 4 weeks which will be covering java and development.
Ive been bitten so bad by the Android bug than im now going to try and build a carrer out of it.
Naturally some of my first "tinkering" will be with devices i ouwn ( mainly the 8013 & m7) i hope to eventually start contrabuting here.
My knowledge is currently limited, I'll let you all know how it goes.
In the mean time I thought it might be an idea to have a look in to dualbooting.
Over at my m7 forums they have found a solution to this with Garak's ROM switcher found HERE
As they seemed to have managed to get this working with other Samsung devices I thought we could do it here.
The theory is sound. The main thing we need, that I have no idea how to, is compile a kernel for the 8013 with the added bits needed to point it to the necessary file structor.
The Devs are still currently working on ironing out the kinks here and there but I can clutch, it works, and really nicely to boot.
So the question is, any one up for the task? At least we could still keep stock whilst testing and smoothing out PAC.
what do you think?