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[ROM][OFFICIAL][KitKat 4.4.4][m7att] PAC-ROM KK RC-3

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3rd July 2013, 05:13 AM   |  #1  
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PAC-ROM is built 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 !!


















* 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!!






* Download the ROM and GApps

* Reboot to recovery

* Wipe data/factory reset

* Flash the ROM and then GApps

* Reboot your phone

* Enjoy







* Download the latest version

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PAC-ROM, ROM for the AT&T HTC One

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MaDc0w, WildfireDEV

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Status: Testing

Created 2014-09-07
Last Updated 2014-11-02
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3rd July 2013, 05:14 AM   |  #2  
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4th July 2013, 01:40 AM   |  #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?

Thanks!
4th July 2013, 02:31 AM   |  #5  
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Originally Posted by Dreadsteel

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?

Thanks!

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.
4th July 2013, 05:48 PM   |  #6  
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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.
4th July 2013, 07:38 PM   |  #7  
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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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