[Change Log] Paranoid Android [AOSPA] - NO QUESTIONS HERE!
Paranoid Android Change Logs & Full Feature Catalog
PLEASE DO NOT POST FEATURE REQUESTS!
This post is meant to reflect the core changes made to the AOSPA source code.
These changes should be present in any device-build that is created using PA as the base.
Device specific tweaks (additions and/or removals) implemented on legacy builds or any non-official builds will NOT be listed here, these should instead be noted by the device maintainer/developer in the appropriate device thread.
In an effort to keep this concise, minor bug fixes and optimizations will be omitted. Those can be viewed on Github and/or Gerrit.
Major user-facing bug fixes would however be noted.
This post will catalog the features available in the Paranoid Android ROM.
It will list available features with links to follow-up posts detailing the feature and how to access it.
If I have overlooked a feature or you believe a given description can be better worded, please feel free to PM me.
Custom Settings[Listed in Settings app]
Wireless & Networks
----More ---- Mobile Networks ---- National data roaming
Device Type : Voice Enabled ONLY Default : ON (selected) Location : Settings -> <DEVICE> Sound -> Volumes Description : Determines whether or not the volume level for notifications and ringtone are synchronized or independent.
When the check box is selected, adjusting the ringtone volume would simultaneously adjust the notification sound volume.
When the check box is NOT selected, a separate notification volume slider will be created so as to allow for individual (ringtone & notification) volume adjustments.
Play sound when adjusting ringtone with volume buttons
Device Type : ALL Default : ON (selected) Location : Settings -> <DEVICE> Sound -> Volumes Description : Determines whether or not a sound is played to indicate volume level adjustments when using when using the volume keys.
This option does not affect the volume level preview audio which can be heard when using the volume sliders under Settings -> Volumes
Device Type : ALL Default : OFF (un-selected) Location : Settings -> <DEVICE> Sound -> Volume Buttons Wake Description : Determines whether or not pressing the volume keys will wake your device from sleep.
This cannot be used as a replacement for the power button to "Power on" your device.
Device Type : LED Enabled Default : Pulse Notification Light <ON> | Use Custom Values <OFF> Location : Settings -> <DEVICE> Display -> Notification LED Description : Allows the user to control the color of the device's notification LED, based on the application that spawns the notification.
Device Type : ALL Default : Battery Bar Location : Settings -> <DEVICE> Battery -> Action Bar (change icon) Description : Allows the user to select one of four battery icons, to be displayed on the status bar. Options:
- Battery Bar
- Battery Bar & Percent
- Circle Battery
- Circle Battery & Percent
Device Type : ALL Default : OFF (un-selected) Location : Settings -> <PERSONAL> Security -> See through Description : When enabled, your lock screen becomes blurred image of current device screen. This means the content behind your lock screen may be somewhat visible.
Device Type : ALL Default : --- Location : Settings -> <SYSTEM> App Privacy Description : Exposes Android's built in (hidden) app permission manager, which allows the user to restrict individual system/device permissions on an app by app basis.
Device Type : ALL Default : OFF Location : Quick Settings Panel -> Immersive Tile Description : Activates Google's new Immersive Mode feature for any and all apps.
Toggled on/off via quick toggles.
Immersive implementation includes dual tile functionality which expands of the immersive feature by allowing three separate modes.
Users can select between the different modes by using the "back" side of the immersive mode tile (simply click on the icon on the top right corner of the immersive tile) Full Immersive - Both status bar and navigation bar are hidden
Navigation only - Only the navigation bar is hidden
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