Just for the CDMA variant
SORT OF CHANGE LOG:1ceb0x
(Straight from his thread)
Synced with latest CM9 by LLoir/Maxwen
Synced with latest PA sources for ICS (1.6)
Lockscreen now turns in landscape mode
Switched off the off screen animation
Fixed a little things in pad.prop
Cleaned up build.prop
Trebuchet is the default launcher now, not because it is better (it's not actually) (you can install anything you want)
I got paranoid android from 1ceb0x which was for GSM and help porting!
The base for this rom is CM9, which I borrowed from JMZDONATE JMZ HERE (THANKS!!)
Thanks to the people who MADE this possible:
Lloir(Donate to Lloir), Sandvold, JMZ, 1ceb0x, D4rKn3sSyS, molesarecoming
mikel.canovas(http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...0#post22455870) for GPS lock help)
Cyanogenmod for doing some obviously amazing work: Donate to Cyanogen
(Who I could not find Donate links for )
-----D4rKn3sSyS - Java Programmer
-----molesarecoming - Software Developer
Me for porting it, and finding a way to fix the false roaming (which is credited here: http://androidforums.com/desire-all-...cator-fix.html)
If you like my work, click here to buy me a Monster
And to everyone who tried/tries this out!
Quote from 1ceb0x:
This is an ongoing developer project to make way for a modification that will entirely transform your device, but retain the aesthetics and the experience of your phone.
For more information about PARANOIDANDROID please check this website
PAL, First time in Android history that Per-App-Layout has been realized
This rom features a setting called Per-App-Density - PAD. It basically allows you to scale apps, make them bigger or smaller. This is a must for tablet mode since it shrinks your apps considerably, making them useless. you can even scale widgets and framework components like the navigationbar.You can define an apps native DPI with it, make it look stock, smaller or bigger than that, your decision.
All apps are depicted at DPI 182 per standard. No other rom has that feature right now
Google Play does not allow density changes and will stop working if you mess around with that. This rom fixes that problem for you 100%.
More stuff: Recents window closer to stock, fixes for overlapping elements, framework fixes, no crashes, working Phone (looks 100% like stock aswell),Sense 4 Recent Apps too etc.
Flash at your own risk
Make A Backup
Wipe Data/Factory Reset In Recovery
Flash the ROM
Reboot to bootloader flash boot.img
Boot to system
The rom has already gapps installed. No need to install other package!
Put the eri.xml on your sdcard then use something like root explorer to move it to /data/
Reboot and enjoy!
This release includes Apex Launcher.
-Video Recording(720p crashes camera)
-GPS(takes anywhere between 30-100 seconds to lock =/ but locks faster after the first one.
-Settings(About phone)(Thanks to 1ceb0x)
-Bluetooth doesn't work
-Notification LED flashes constantly while charging(Have not tested this either)
^^^ These should be fixed when CM9 gets the fixes ^^^
Check it out, his art is much better then mine
Go to Settings, System, Font size, set it to NORMAL
Check "Auto Hide" in Settings, System, Statusbar, to finally get Fullscreen (or Hold power button, and press "Toggle StatusBar")
Launcher Settings: margins: SMALL (If youre using Apex / Nova), show permanent searchbar: YES, Grid: 5x4, resize all widgets: YES, Wallpaper scrolling: OFF
If you want to have a stylish yet fully functional status bar - tablet like - go to Settings - Paranoid Settings - click on Configuration and select "Tablet Mode (Optimized)" - Reboot your phone
How to change DPI for individual app - Thanks to The Gingerbread Man
You will need;
1 A root level file explorer like root explorer
2 A little patience
To perform the changes
So you need to find out if the app you want to change the dpi level for is either a system or data app, to do this open your file manager and look in system/app or data/app. You need to then long press the app you want and press rename. Then copy the app name by long pressing the text and press copy, dont copy any .apk or -1 at the end of the name.
Then navigate to system folder and look for pad.prop. press the mount rw button then long press open in text editor. So now you need to remember where you found your chosen app, was it system or data? If system long press under then system header or if it was a data app look for the apps header. To paste your app name in the right place find a empty line, long press then paste. You need to add at the start of the line for your app pa.
So next at the end you need to add .dd= and then your chosen dpi level.
So for example for apex, I have it as a system app and my line in pad.prop for apex looks like
Then you need to press menu key, then save and exit. Restart your app and it should display how you want