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{TX} [ROM+DAILIES][8-8-2013][JB 4.2] OFFICIAL PAC-man AIO ROM M1-Release [CM KERNEL]

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Default {TX} [ROM+DAILIES][8-8-2013][JB 4.2] OFFICIAL PAC-man AIO ROM M1-Release [CM KERNEL]

Right guys you know whats coming.....





P A C man ALL IN 1


Check the Q&A Thread for PAC-specific questions!



ROM INTEL

Here we go then, This is the PAC-man AIO (All-in-one) ROM, for the Xperia TX. Since the TX isnt that different from the T, I compiled it, asked a tester to test it, and here it is! A big shoutout to @Rycon33 who did some extensive testing on the ROM for me.

I'm searching two more testers to test updates before releasing it into the wild. If you want to do so, please shoot me a PM
These testers will get the ROM, they will test it, and after the release to the public will take place.


PAC is a combination of the three biggest ROMs here at XDA. Paranoid Android, Android Open Kang Project and CyanogenMod. It features CM profiles, PA's Hybrid Engine, and ROM Control by AOKP. Everything!
A main complaint under the developers whom originally developed their features about 'mashup' ROMs, is that they are messy, and the different features aren't integrated as well as the individual projects. PAC was the first of all 'mashup' ROMs and has the best integration of them all. It took a LOT of work of thinking behind to merge the frameworks in the right order. These are not just your daily git cherry-pick developers trying to pull money off of XDA
PAC-man has a solid team with good developers and device maintainers, bringing you this totally awesome ROM.

If you'd like to support me or the PAC developers, be sure to drop them a thanks / beer!


FEATURES
  • Hybrid Framework
  • CM10.1
  • AOKP
  • AOSPA
  • Per App DPI
  • Per App Color
  • Pie Controls
  • Open Source Camera HAL
  • cLock
  • Hardware Key Control
  • Any Widget on lockscreen
  • CM Profiles
  • Lock Screen Shortcuts
  • Lock Screen ring target
  • Fresh compiled CM10.1 kernel
  • Init.d Support
  • ...
  • ...
  • ...
  • The list is endless.

BUGS
 
  • Basically every bug from CM10.1/FXP
  • Headphones
  • Vibration
  • Camera is a bit buggy sometimes
  • You tell me... Read down here how to report bugs, which are really usefull to me.

REPORTING BUGS
 

Source: JellyTime
Code:
How To File a Bug Report with Logcat:
  • Install android sdk
  • Install drivers for adb on PC
  • Connect phone to PC
  • Open cmd.exe or terminal
  • Type 'adb logcat' without the quotes
  • Start the app that causes the issues
  • Wait for the app to close or get to the error
  • Copy logcat contents and put in pastebin
  • Copy pastebin links here
How To Find Wakelocks:
  • Install android sdk
  • Install drivers for adb on PC
  • Connect phone to PC
  • Open cmd.exe or terminal
  • Type 'adb shell cat /proc/wakelocks > wakelocks.txt' without the quotes
  • Copy contents and put in pastebin
  • Copy pastebin links on your post
How To Get dmesg logs:
  • Install android sdk
  • Install drivers for adb on PC
  • Connect phone to PC
  • Open cmd.exe or terminal
  • Type 'adb shell dmesg > dmesg.txt' without the quotes
  • Copy contents and put in pastebin
  • Copy pastebin links on your post
Before filing a bug report, please consider the answer to these:
  • Is the bug reproducible?
  • How do you reproduce it?
  • What is the expected behavior?
  • What actually happens?
  • Are you on the default Kernel?
  • Did you restore data of System Apps using Titanium Backup?



CHANGELOG
 

Go and check out PAC on github


INSTALLATION / NOOB GUIDE
 
  1. Unlock your bootloader, if you haven't done so.
  2. Download this the latest version of this badboy!
  3. Grab a copy of the latest GAPPS package
  4. If you come from a stock rom, reboot to bootloader, flash the boot.img from the ROM zip.
  5. Reboot to recovery
  6. Do a "Factory Reset" if coming from any other ROM than the semi-latest version of PAC
  7. Flash the ROM! /system will be automatically wiped during install, as in all good ROMs.
  8. Flash GAPPS
  9. Reboot
  10. Enjoy!


DOWNLOADS

Please be aware that the ROM is throughly tested, but that there are certain bugs!


DAILIES

Since shortly, Hayabusa builds are also available on PAC's basketbuild, check it out here: http://pacman.basketbuild.com/index....abusa/nightly/


FAQ

Q: My sound is way too low!
A: Find Pimp My Rom in the Play Store, and install xLoud with it. This can also bring back BE with unlocked bootloaders!

Q: Paranoid Android preferences do not work!
A: https://github.com/ParanoidAndroid/a...6ce6fbe7da79a5 - or grab one of the latest ParanoidAndroid ROMs and sideload /system/app/paranoidpreferences.apk

SIGPIC
 

Code:
http://i.imgur.com/MOG8AGD.png


Fan-art is always welcome


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a BIG thanks to these people:
szl.kiev and PACman Team
CM team
ParanoidAndroid team
AOKP Team
XDA for just about everything else
@Rycon33 for testing this release
If you think you need to be thanked, just let me know

Danny de Bruijne, Indie Game Development student (NL, Breda) and former ROM dev.
Want to connect? Twitter - Github (finished school projects, wip's mainly stay private)
My devices, if you might care :
 
  • HTC One: ViperOne *latest* (Sense 6)
  • Nexus 7: Cyanogenmod 11
  • HTC Incredible S: Cyanogenmod 11


Code:
D/PSM     (20994): Qualcomm  
D/PSM     (20994): Adreno (TM) 320  
D/PSM     (20994): OpenGL ES 3.0 V@45.0 AU@  (CL@4169980)  
D/PSM     (20994): OpenGL ES GLSL ES 3.00
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  • Nexus 7: Cyanogenmod 11
  • HTC Incredible S: Cyanogenmod 11


Code:
D/PSM     (20994): Qualcomm  
D/PSM     (20994): Adreno (TM) 320  
D/PSM     (20994): OpenGL ES 3.0 V@45.0 AU@  (CL@4169980)  
D/PSM     (20994): OpenGL ES GLSL ES 3.00
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so excited to see PACman on TX
thousands of thanks
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Awesome mate, many TX users will surely be happy.

Though still many things to iron-out(see the mentioned bugs and some you need to tell the dev), people will still be quite satisfied with the ROM as I did.

I just want to reiterate that during testing I didn't check if the voice calls are fine(lol it should be the basic thing to test).

Though I think even at this early stage, it's good that everyone gets to test it and it will definitely help the dev more because more feedbacks are going to flow.

So fellow TX users, flash it and give feedback.

Tapatalked from my bricked TX
My Nexus 5 mods for PA
My Xperia SP on Paranoid Android
My Family's Android devices - xperia P, xperia SP, xperia TX, moto G, and nexus 5

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Awesome mate, many TX users will surely be happy.

Though still many things to iron-out(see the mentioned bugs and some you need to tell the dev), people will still be quite satisfied with the ROM as I did.

I just want to reiterate that during testing I didn't check if the voice calls are fine(lol it should be the basic thing to test).

Though I think even at this early stage, it's good that everyone gets to test it and it will definitely help the dev more because more feedbacks are going to flow.

So fellow TX users, flash it and give feedback.

Tapatalked from my bricked TX

I've been running it for the past few hours and everything seems alright.
The headphones don't seem to register but calls do work and everything else seems to be fine.
Keep up the great work, glad to see support for the TX as well.
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Want to connect? Twitter - Github (finished school projects, wip's mainly stay private)
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  • Nexus 7: Cyanogenmod 11
  • HTC Incredible S: Cyanogenmod 11


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D/PSM     (20994): Qualcomm  
D/PSM     (20994): Adreno (TM) 320  
D/PSM     (20994): OpenGL ES 3.0 V@45.0 AU@  (CL@4169980)  
D/PSM     (20994): OpenGL ES GLSL ES 3.00
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Bluetooth is kinda spotty so I can't accurately say if it works. It worked for a little bit with my radio but then it stopped working and hasn't worked since.

There's also a reboot whenever it tries to install something over 5mb's sometimes. I'm not entirely sure why but it happens whenever it feels like it.

Vibration does not work (already been listed) and the battery is draining kinda fast. Not entirely sure as I haven't fully cycled it but it has been kinda grr from what I've seen.

Also the touch screen calibration seems to be a tad bit off. I often find myself pressing something else when I directly press what I intended. Its not bad to the breaking point but sometimes I have to take a moment to think about what I'm actually pressing.
 
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Now this looks interesting

Will give this a try once i backup all my stuff

UPDATE : my stock rom was rooted, but bootloader was still locked. so i got my bootloader unlocked, and flashed the pacman's boot.img. after booting into CWM, it says that "E: Unable to mount/data" Tried to format /data , /cache, /system , /dalvik-cache, all the same.

Tried TWRP, but also no bueno. Display was cut into half, and also got the same error as CWM. And due to that, I kept getting bootloops
 
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Now this looks interesting

Will give this a try once i backup all my stuff

UPDATE : my stock rom was rooted, but bootloader was still locked. so i got my bootloader unlocked, and flashed the pacman's boot.img. after booting into CWM, it says that "E: Unable to mount/data" Tried to format /data , /cache, /system , /dalvik-cache, all the same.

Tried TWRP, but also no bueno. Display was cut into half, and also got the same error as CWM. And due to that, I kept getting bootloops
try to flash it using other kernel including CWM(6.0.X.X )
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Good news guys, I've been testing the latest build(2-June) and some issues has been fixed, e.g. still no random reboots here, creating lockscreen shortcuts is Ok now, and many more.

Though some minor issues is still there like no vibration and headset/earphone not detected.

But overall, ROM is really very fluid and smooth. Plus we can use those awesome themes available around. Check out those new themes like flatron theme and simplex theme. They are simply awesome.

EDIT: and we can enter recovery now(from OFF state) by pressing volume button. last time we can go recovery only when we're coming from OS.

Tapatalked from my PACmanned TX
My Nexus 5 mods for PA
My Xperia SP on Paranoid Android
My Family's Android devices - xperia P, xperia SP, xperia TX, moto G, and nexus 5


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