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[ROM][OFFICIAL][KitKat 4.4.4][m7att] PAC-man 4.4.4.Beta-1.0 [PA,AOKP,CM]

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Default [ROM][OFFICIAL][KitKat 4.4.4][m7att] PAC-man 4.4.4.Beta-1.0 [PA,AOKP,CM]



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- HBoot: 1.56.0000 S-OFF, SuperCID Radio: 4A.22.3263.14_10.38n.1157.04L
- Recovery: RomSwitcher Custom Recovery ROM: AHD / PAC-man 4.4
Samsung S3 LTE i9305
- ROM: PAC-man 4.4

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- HBoot: 1.56.0000 S-OFF, SuperCID Radio: 4A.22.3263.14_10.38n.1157.04L
- Recovery: RomSwitcher Custom Recovery ROM: AHD / PAC-man 4.4
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What is the difference with the AT&T versus the M7UL version?

I have been using the M7UL version on my AT&T HTC One, Can I dirty flash future nightlies of the AT&T version over the M7UL version?

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What is the difference with the AT&T versus the M7UL version?

I have been using the M7UL version on my AT&T HTC One, Can I dirty flash future nightlies of the AT&T version over the M7UL version?

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Yes, you shouldn't really have issues dirty flashing between them, the only real difference is that this ROM labels the phone as the ATT variant.
 
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Bluetooth with headset works better than CM alone. Its still not like a stock ROM. I really did like CM 10.1 so this was nice with the extras. This is my first android phone. And its not that bad. I do miss siri with Bluetooth headsets. I havent found a way yet to get Bluetooth to work right on here yet.
 
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This is a great Rom, cheers to the dev! The sound issues I experienced in other AOSP Roms are non existent. The only thing I'm waiting for is the apps in the dock to respond to touch while the phone is in landscape

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I see no mention of this being deodexed... I may just be missing it, but is it? Looks great by the way, fantastic work.

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Yes, deodexed thanks for the feedback guys.

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Alright, so I've been running this ROM all day and I have a few observations to make.

First thing. I am absolutely drowning in settings. That's completely a good thing though. You have no need touch any of them, but they're all there should you feel like tinkering. The pie is nice, but I sometimes feel like it gets in the way when I try and swipe back up the notification bar, not a big deal. I can get used to swiping up from the corner.

I had a big idea that I was going to go with a white notification bar... Yeah, be careful with that. I got it stuck like that, but only on some apps. I had to install a theme to get it to go away, I guess I just lost the original option, I think it was somewhere in ParanoidAndroid's settings.

The Halo is quite nice, despite the fact that I really have no idea how to use it properly and didn't get a lot of texts today to test it out with.

The only noticeable issue is that I'm not picking up LTE. I mostly use WiFi though, so that can take a low place on the "To deal with" list. And as for the fixes, I'm not noticing much of a performance increase, my AnTuTu scores are up ~500 points.

One more thing to note is that you might want to go in to ParanoidAndroid's settings and fix up the DPI, a lot of things were too small to read (namely the settings app). Besides that... Great ROM. Thanks for putting in the effort to get this out there. I'll add in a screenshot of my setup for anyone who wants to see/build off of it. Keep being awesome and keep providing the drive to the Android open source community.

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