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[ROM][OFFICIAL][KitKat 4.4.2] PAC-man VERSION [AOSP]

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Default [ROM][OFFICIAL][KitKat 4.4.2] PAC-man VERSION [AOSP]



PAC-man ROM 4.4 is a ROM build from scratch from AOSP with our own tweaks and options, including picks and features from the best ROMs out there!

Why choose among ROMs, when you have All-in-One !!










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* All in One Rom [Core features from PA, AOKP and CM]

* PAC in Black

* Status bar tweaks

* Quick Settings Panel tweaks

* Notification Drawer tweaks

* Lockscreen Notifications

* Active Display

* Appbar

* Gesture Anywhere

* Init.d scripts

* Build.prop Mods

* Statusbar Weather

* Recents RAM Bar

* PAC Console

* Latest Version Nightly Builds

* OTA Updates

* Changelog Viewer

* Basically if there is a cool feature out there and it's open source,
  then we will try to bring that feature into PAC-man
 (insert PAC-man eating a pellet sound here)

* And of course:







Code:

* By flashing this, you automatically void your warranty!

* If your phone breaks, blows up or runs away from you, do not cry to us!

* Do not ask for ETAs!!




Code:
* Download the ROM and GApps

* Reboot to recovery

* Wipe data/factory reset

* Flash the ROM and then GAapps

* Reboot your phone

* Enjoy





Code:
* Download the latest version

* Reboot to recovery

* Flash the ROM

* Wipe both dalvik cache and cache

* Reboot your phone

* Enjoy the latest version of PAC-man










Code:
* ADDITONAL_ROM_INFORMATION_HERE















Code:
* Cyanogen Team

* AOKP Team

* Paranoid Android

* PAC-man Team

* SlimRoms

* RootBox

* Carbon ROM

* Vanir

* ChameleonOS

* Omnirom

* Paranoid SaberDroid

* Special thanks to all our Build Bot Providers (see Contributors list for all names)

* JaeKar99 and the PAC Graphix Team - Graphics, logos and images

Help with server costs










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Galaxy Player: [KK-4.4]
Nexus 7 (2013) [JB-4.3]
Galaxy SIII


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Changelog:

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BETA 1:
  • initial release

BETA 2:
  • Removed OTA because nightlies (coming soon) won't have it
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It's great to have more choice on the KF2. Thanks for providing us with another option.

I can confirm this is working fine on my KF2, so flash away.

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I thought we weren't suppose to wipe system with kf2's?
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Downloading now to test

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I thought we weren't suppose to wipe system with kf2's?
I don't know. Can anyone confirm or disprove yet

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Downloading now to test

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Rom is solid and stable, quick as are all the cm based rooms for the kf2.

I liked the addition of so many wall paper backgrounds.

Experienced the same image stretch on boot animation that is present in all cm roms.

Overall the experience was good, nice addition!



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I don't know. Can anyone confirm or disprove yet

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Wiping the system from twrp kills the existing installed rom.

When moving to a new rom I always make a full twrp backup, wipe system and factory reset wipe, then install new rom and gaps.

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I don't know. Can anyone confirm or disprove yet

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I've only had my kf2 for a few days now, but I still wipe the system when installing a ROM. In fact, I tried to skip wiping the system(as a test) and I got a bootloop(granted, I was already in a bootloop from a previous ROM. Point is I needed to wipe system to get out of the bootloop).
So yes, wiping the system should be safe.
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I've only had my kf2 for a few days now, but I still wipe the system when installing a ROM. In fact, I tried to skip wiping the system(as a test) and I got a bootloop(granted, I was already in a bootloop from a previous ROM. Point is I needed to wipe system to get out of the bootloop).
So yes, wiping the system should be safe.
ok thanks! just being too safe I guess ha
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