I am not an experienced developer. I'm more along the lines of a hacker, so I won't be able to fix bugs, outside of a compiler/builder's knowledge. I will be able to try as hard as I can to though
It is for the p-series tablets (p4wifi, p4, p4tmo, p4vzw).
If you have an issue and you want to call our attention, here's what you do:
Assume that the issue is on your side and try your best to isolate it.
... stay friendly, do not demand anything, do not threaten
... explain your issue as precise as you can, name the exact apps and conditions that cause trouble, help us to replicate the issue right away. If we can't there's no way we can fix it and your post will simply clutter the thread
Paranoid Android Devs
Yasir Javed Ansari
What doesn't work:
-Anything that doesn't work in CM10
-The date and Time are messed up without Gapps (GMT 0). Fix
You tell me
-Synced with sources.
-Synced with sources. Includes Kernel updates, some PA updates, and Other fixes.
-Now building p4vzw version.
-Synced with sources (some major updates, find out for yourself from pershoot, CM, PA, etc Github's).
-Solved Bluetooth issue which caused the builds to not complete.
-Synced with sources (includes some CM updates, Apollo update, bugfixes, etc).
-Now building p4tmo version of PA.
-Switched system wide DPI from MDPI to -Large-MDPI. This is the proper setting for our tablet, and should fix just about every DPI issue ever encountered (Not all though).
-Synced with sources (Not much new though).
-Synced with latest pershoot kernel updates.
-Synced with PA 2.99
-Possible solution to the DPI not being changeable through PA prefs.
-Fixed DPI issue with Navigation bar (sorry).
-Fixed Paranoid Preferences FC, caused by missing system APK.
-Fixed a bug in the building process which caused CMFilemanager to not be added to the ROM automatically.
-Potentially fixed Paranoid Preferences, by switching around some DPI settings.
-Synced with PA 2.55
-Added P4 (3G) version.
-Switched DPI to MDPI, (LDPI no longer supported) and will switch to MDPI-large next build.
-Added CMFileManager (CyanogenMod File Manager)
-Fixed few remaining DPI issues (HDPI rather than LDPI).
-Changed boot animation to CM10 Animation, to fix the black screen bug.
-Synced all sources.
-Paranoid Android 2.5.4
-Proper Kernel in use.
-Use DPI from Tablets.
-Using Paranoid Settings from source.
Enable Navigation bar: Enable it under: Settings>Display>Navigation>Enable Navigation Bar.
Fix time: Settings>Date & Time> Select Time Zone. If you flashed Google apps before you started your device, this is not necessary, as setup has the time zone picker.
Enable Menu Button: Enable "Show action overflow", in Settings>System>Hardware Keys. The way the ROM is made though, is that you simply hold down the recents button, and the menu for the app appears/is activated.
Yep. My tab actually booted up. Glad it works. Still have to sort a BUNCH of stuff out, since I was aiming at working, not perfect. As long as I know it works, I'll begin getting it perfect (besides a DPI issue, which is easy to fix, it seems pretty smooth). I have to get the kernel sorted out as well...lol
But hey, I knew this was going to be rough for the first few versions.
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