Team PAC is proud to present
Pa+AOKP+CM = PAC-Man v22.1.0
CyanogenMod, AOKP, and Parnoid Android all have great features. Can't decide which one to choose? Now you don't have to. PAC-Man is a hybrid ROM that contains all of the features of all three. All the stability of CM10.1, with the customizability of AOKP, and the tablet mode options of PA, PAC-Man really is the one ROM that has it all.
Warning: If using LunarCmdline, do not set a hotplug governor, it *might* cause a softbrick.
Thanks go to: szl.kiev: Team PAC-Man team lead. IAmTheOneTheyCallNeo: For answering my questions and encouraging me to get involved. synisterwolf: For being a daily sounding board, and for counting all of the potatos. dsb9938: Original author of Rezound Cubed kernel. Snuzzo: His royal Funky-ness. chad0989: For making AOSP on the Rezound a reality. Flyhalf205: For being an absolute beast on the AOSP fixes. MaulingDeOso: For all the contributions to bringing Jellybean to the Rezound
FAQ Q: Why can't I click on Install when installing an apk from the SD card? A: Disable HALO by double tapping the HALO but hold your finger down on the second tap, then drag it to the X and let go. The Install button should work now. HALO may be reactivated after by clicking the blue circle at the top of the notification shade.
Q: How to I get rid of the dual-pane in an app? A: In Settings, go to Hybrid properties, tap the ParanoidAndroid Settings at the top, and then go into apps. From there, you can modify everything to do with the tablet/phablet hybrid settings for individual apps. The Size tab and the Layout/UI tab are the two of the most interest. Setting size to 320 and Layout to 360p will make the app look stock. Size controls the size of the text and the size of certain UI elements. The Layout tab controls the actual UI layout. Generally, 360p is phone, 600p is phablet, and anything higher is tablet. You can use that to make any app think it's operating on any screen size. Some of them don't have any alternate layouts, some of them have several.
Q: Why does my screen go black when I'm on a phone call? A: Your proximity sensor is being incorrectly triggered. Most of the time, this is calibration problem rather than a sensor problem. To fix, download Chad0989's Rezound Proximity Sensor Calibrator app. You will see a "NEAR" reading on the screen. Slowly increase the High Threshold until you see a "FAR" reading. Increase the High Threshold by 3-5 more than it takes to trigger a "FAR" reading. Test the new settings by covering and uncovering the Verizon logo on the front of the phone. The reading should switch between NEAR and FAR. Check "Set on boot" and close the app. If this fix does not work for you, your proximity sensor is bad, and you will need to contact Verizon for a replacement phone.
Just bugs. Been running some variant of this on and off for a couple of months now. Can never say 100% no bricks, but the base is the same CM10 that's been in testing a while, and I haven't heard of any bricks.
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