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CAUTION: These builds are untested, nor supported by me! You are in your own responsibility flashing ROMs, and by downloading/installing you acknowledge this.
For support, please go to the Q&A Thread!


After i've moved on from my Xperia to my HTC One, PAC kept building for tsubasa. And after a long wait it's finally here: PAC with Android 4.3!

You can find the downloads HERE


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PAC-man Android 4.3, a ROM for the Sony Xperia T

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ROM OS Version: 4.3.x Jellybean
ROM Firmware Required: Bootloader unlock / Custom recovery (like TWRP)
Based On: CyanogenMod

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Status: Testing

Created 2013-10-10
Last Updated 2013-10-13
Last edited by djpbx; 10th October 2013 at 02:01 PM.
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thanks to techfanatic9 for this.....



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I love PAC ROMs. Used to have it on my S2.

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thank.

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My fav rom!
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finally, PAC!
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I can't get the normal nav buttons. I disabled PIE controls but I have nothing.
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White balance on this Rom? Anyone??
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Eason85

I can't get the normal nav buttons. I disabled PIE controls but I have nothing.

in PA settings -> interface, set nav bar to your desired percentage. i put 80% there.
in CM settings -> PIE - > trigger area, set none

Took me some time to figure out as well but this is the solution
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That's the ticket, thanks.
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Ran into a really bad bug that crashed my phone and made me use an old nandroid backup. I couldn't get the menu button to autoappear in some apps, so I edited some settings and it caused a looping systemUI crash that couldn't be fixed.

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