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[PACMAN][PA3.97][AOKP-ML2][CM10.2]P.A.C True All in 1 ROM

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Default [PACMAN][PA3.97][AOKP-ML2][CM10.2]P.A.C True All in 1 ROM



P A C man ALL IN 1



Description
PACman provides a unique flavor of android.
Now what is PACman? The idea was to remove the need for a hunt of rom and cure flasholicsm by providing everything xda has in rom development in a single bloat free rock stable rom. This is the FIRST rom of its kind with a hybrid framework consisting on cm10.1, AOKP and AOSPA. What makes PACman unique is this perfect blend of all of these. Be informed PACman is not a "git cherry-pick blahblah yeee i am a dev donatezzz me" rom. It took a LOT of work of thinking behind to merge the frameworks in the right order.

Features
Hybrid Framework

CM10.1 RC5

AOKP Milestone 1

AOSPA 3.60

Per App DPI

Per App Color

Pie Controls

HALO Controls

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

Everything cant be listed here go check it out

A LOT more to come

Recommended Installation Procedure

YOU NEED A UNLOCKED BOOTLOADER TO INSTALL PACMAN

Coming from another AOSP based/Custom ROM:
  • Place the rom and gapps on your Internal/External Storage
  • Wipe Data/Factory Reset (This does not affect your Internal/External storage)
  • Format /System (This does not affect your Internal/External storage)
  • Flash ROM
  • Flash Gapps
  • Wipe Cache
  • Wipe Dalvik Cache
  • Reboot


Coming from Stock Sony ROM:
A detailed guide can be found here: CM WIKI
  • Place the rom and gapps on your Internal/External Storage
  • Unlock Bootloader(If not done already) Sony's Developer Portal
  • Reboot to fastboot
  • On your PC extract the boot.img from zip and place it in a easy to remember folder
  • From CMD/Terminal cd to the directory and do
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    Code:
    fastboot -i 0xfce flash boot boot.img ; fastboot -i 0xfce reboot
  • Enter Recovery by pressing the vol + when the LED turns magenta
  • Wipe data/Factory Reset
  • Flash Rom
  • Flash Gapps
  • Wipe Cache
  • Wipe Dalvik Cache
  • Reboot

Updating from previous version:
  • Flash ROM
  • Reboot

Downloads
Tablet Z LTE:Pollux
Stable | Nightly

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Tablet Z Wifi:Pollux_windy
Stable | Nightly

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Gapps
Standard | PA Gapps | Slim Gapps

Standard: Standard Google gapps package
PA Gapps: Contains all google apps plus the standard package
Slim Gapps: Can be inverted with PAC in Black toggle

Changelog
Build 23.0
Added HALO
Updated PA to 3.6
Removed MDPI/HDPI PA Preferences Hack
Updated to CM-10.1-RC5
TRDS2.0

Build 22.2
Pac-In-Black Toggle
Initial LDPI Support
updated AOKP Sources to Milestone1
Fixed: navbar rings 90 rotate in landscape
Lockscreen Theming support
New Battery Styles
AOKP Ribbon
Added missing MDPI battery icons
Lockscreen SOD Fixed
Settings layout redone
Minimal bootanimation
Updated/Added Translations
Moar minor updates

Build 22.1
Changelog Feature [gs2usr]
Fixed Quick Pulldown (Instant Tiles Pulldown) [gs2usr]
Fixes on Settings & CleanUp [IvanBrazza & gs2usr]
Added QuickSettingsModeTile [Nick0703]
Updated PA sources to 3.15
Resize text to fit on tile size adjusted [gs2usr]
Choice to enable/disable CRT animation & at which orientation [kufikugel]
Fixed PhabletUI NavBar in landscape [gs2usr]
Brought sources inline with CM & PA sources [bluefa1con & szlkiev]
Merged some performance patches from CM the actual commit list is long this is a list of things a user will notice [bluefa1con]

Build 22
Brought Tiles inline with cm ones
Updated PIE Controls
Fix System UI crash when changing recent app key
Notification Shortcuts & WiFi display (SlimRoms)
Brought some things inline with cm source
New BootAnimation (for most devices updated)
Various Device Updates
Changelog Feature
fixed Quick Pulldown (Instant Tiles Pulldown)
fixed back button will collapse statusbar
Toggle to disable Fullscrean Keyboard
Pie and Volume Toggle
Network Tile Updates
latest PA and some CM Updates
fixed FC's related to changing Navbar targets

Build 20
Based on Android 4.2.2
Full AOKP integration
Fix for pie
Change pie trigger Area
A lot of changes that cant be listed

Build 19.9.1
PA 3.00
fixed status bar with colour
added aokp navigation bar
added hardware key custom action
added clear all button in recent apps
a lot of under the hood changes

Initial Release




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PACman Team
CyanogenMod Team
AOKP
Paranoid Android

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Bugs & PAC FAQ

Bugs
  • No menu button in apps. Solution: Go in settings>Rom Control>General UI>Show Menu UI overflow


PACman FAQ

PIE FAQ

Q. What is PIE?
A. PIE is a new way to interact with your notifications. It provides easy gesture based interaction with all your system information without taking up valuable screen space. PIE is what you see in this image.

Q. How do I access Pie?
A. Swipe your finger from the pie gravity edge (default is the bottom) toward the center of your screen. While keeping your finger on the screen, drag your finger to the desired button and release to click.

Q. My PIE doesn't look like the ones in the screenshots. I don't see the Clock or notifications.
A. Notifications work either through the status bar or PIE. If the status bar is enabled, PIE reverts to just the softkeys. To enable the full PIE experience, enable Expanded Desktop by going to Settings -> System -> Power Menu -> Expanded Desktop (Status bar hidden). Access the power menu and turn Expanded Desktop on.

Q. How do I change PIE colors?
A. Go to Settings -> Hybrid Properties -> Interface and change the Navigation bar color.

Q. Buttons or keyboard rows near the edge of my screen are nonresponsive.
A. PIE's trigger area overlay is covering the edge of your screen. Change either the Trigger Area or Pie Gravity in Settings -> System -> PIE Settings.

Q. I don't like PIE, how do I turn it off?
A. To disable PIE set Trigger Area to None in Settings -> System -> Pie Settings. Remember to disable Expanded Desktop to turn status bar on again.


ROM FAQ

Q.Do I need to do a full wipe before installing this ROM?
A. Unless coming from a previous version of PACman it is highly recommended to do a full wipe before installing. This includes coming from ParanoidAndroid ROMs.

Q.What do the settings in Hybrid Properties do?
A. ParanoidAndroid has an extensive guide to the settings at this thread: [GUIDE][PARANOIDANDROID] A Complete Compendium on ParanoidPreferences [PA-Settings] Please do not post questions related to PA Settings in this thread, they are not ROM specific and all we'll do is point you to that thread.

Q.How do I turn on the Navigation Bar??
A.To enable the NavBar open Hybrid Properties, swipe the screen to the right to peek through to the menu.
Select Interface, now set your desired NavBar size with the slider.

Q.Something isn't working. What do I do?
A. First, make sure you are running the latest stable version. Try a backup data using Titanium and do a full wipe reinstall. If the problem persists, report what it is and what triggers it so the dev can duplicate it.

A BIG thank you to IconRunner for putting together the FAQ!!

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i have PAC on my xperia z phone and nexus 4. i 100% want it on my z tablet!!!
 
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Been holding out for PA, but this seems to include most of their awesome features. Looking forward to it!

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It's great to have you here, @bluefa1con! I'll be following the thread for further updates. Can't wait to try PAC on my XTZ.
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- ROM: PAC-man ROM 4.4.2 [Nightlies]
- Kernel: CM Kernel
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- ROM: Stock Android 4.3 Firmware Rooted
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as it will take me few days to get the device, i am preparing things before hand
What do u guys prefer for the default UI mode to be?
TabletUI like the default sony firmware or Phablet UI like the Nexus 10?

since we have hybrid engine these modes can be changed any times but thing to keep in mind is that HALO doesnt support tabletUI at the moment
one more thing, you cant change the navbar keys in tabletUI but you can add additional keys or change default keys in phabletUI
Open for suggestions
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Congrats on the win! Can't wait to get this!
 
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Originally Posted by bluefa1con View Post
as it will take me few days to get the device, i am preparing things before hand
What do u guys prefer for the default UI mode to be?
TabletUI like the default sony firmware or Phablet UI like the Nexus 10?

since we have hybrid engine these modes can be changed any times but thing to keep in mind is that HALO doesnt support tabletUI at the moment
one more thing, you cant change the navbar keys in tabletUI but you can add additional keys or change default keys in phabletUI
Open for suggestions
From what you suggest, I consider Phablet being the most appropiate for default interface, that way we would see and use all features to the fullest right away, and also gives us the chance to change to TabletUI if for some reason we wanted so. Of course, additional input on this might be appreciated, as I haven't tested a PACman TabletUI myself yet. I'm basing my opinion on whay you say, bluefa1con.
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- Kernel: CM Kernel
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- Kernel: CM Kernel
 
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as it will take me few days to get the device, i am preparing things before hand
What do u guys prefer for the default UI mode to be?
TabletUI like the default sony firmware or Phablet UI like the Nexus 10?
If I wanted tablet UI I'd stick with the stock firmware. New "phablet UI" all the way.
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