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[A700/A701][ROM][4.4.4] ParanoidAndroid 4.45

27th March 2014, 01:55 AM   |  #1  
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Hi here is ParanoidAndroid from the AOSPA-legacy tree.


Installation:

Code:
1. flash TWRP
2. make a nandroid backup
3. if coming from another Rom wipe data/factory reset if not not
4. wipe cache & dalvik
5. install rom zip
6. optional: flash pa gapps
7. reboot

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Additional info:

Paranoid ROM Features

Google+

blog

sources


Changelog:

Official ParanoidAndroid

Device specific:

look at my github it's up to date

Code:
20140720:
- raise Headphone volume + adjust autobrightness

20140328:
- wallpaper fixed credits to pawitp and thx to Shreps for the hint

20140326:
- initial build based on pawitps cm-11.0


Not work:

you tell me i don't own the device

Code:
- ScreenRecorder

Credits to pawitp and the ParanoidAndroid Team

just press thanks



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[A700/A701] ParanoidAndroid, ROM for the Acer Iconia A700 and A510

Contributors
Elibl
ROM OS Version: 4.4.x KitKat
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.1.x
Based On: AOSP & CyanogenMod

Version Information
Status: Stable

Created 2014-07-16
Last Updated 2014-08-18
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27th March 2014, 01:55 AM   |  #2  
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With the release of KitKat, not only did a few icons and applications change, the entire environment shifted. Android is becoming easier to use; something that “just works.” As previously mentioned, we’ve decided to take a new approach to the ParanoidAndroid ecosystem due to these changes. One of the “flagship” features of PA has been Pie, a simple, straight-forward replacement of the navigation bar that optimizes the screen space available to the user. Due to the introduction of immersive mode, we were faced with a challenge. The soul of what Pie was in Jellybean didn’t belong in a KitKat world. So, we decided to redesign both the functionality and style of Pie while maintaining a familiar feel. After countless late nights and internal debate, we are happy to announce the following.

* Pie has been redesigned to match the KitKat design philosophies, with new typography and cleaner animations.
* Pie is now fully integrated into the core user experience with the introduction of on-the-spot preferences. Gone are the days of sorting through endless settings, it can now all be configured on the fly.
* Pie gives you all your status information at a glance, when your status bar is hidden, allowing you to get the full immersive experience without missing out on important information.
* Pie now integrates the stock google now gesture. Your cards are never more than just a quick swipe away.
* Pie no longer features access to the notifications and quick settings panel. Immersive mode means there is always quick access to the status bar.

We hope these changes improve the pa experience you know and love.

So... care for a slice? Nom nom nom

Graphics by +Arz Bhatia
Wallpaper by +Justin Maller
Change log



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27th March 2014, 01:56 AM   |  #3  
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Peek seems so natural with respect to how one uses their mobile phones. You don't always need to have a full look at the notifications you receive while you're doing something like walking down the street or even driving. Peek allows you to have a look at what you receive almost instantly, without making you unlock your device and go through your notifications. It's just so simple, yet beautiful.

More on how Peek works -

Sensors are fully disabled when screen is on. When you turn the screen off, it will start polling both gyroscope and proximity sensor values. If it detects using the gyroscope sensor that device is lying on a table, it disables proximity polling. If it detects with proximity sensor that it is in your pocket, it disables gyroscope polling. This way, we save some battery from the beginning. Later, when you receive a notification, it enables a partial wakelock (CPU on but at low frequency), and starts listening for movement, either from getting it out your pocket or lifting off from the table. If it detects those events, it will turn on screen and show the notification. Wakelock timeouts on 10 secs, so if you receive a notification and there is no movement in that time, sensors will stop polling after that time, disabling peek interaction until a new notification comes.



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27th March 2014, 04:19 AM   |  #4  
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Finally something for our A700. Downloading now. Thanks

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27th March 2014, 04:33 PM   |  #5  
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Here are a couple things that are nor working for me.
Wallpaper not sticking. Get a black screen on all still wallpaper, only "live" wallpapers show.
Cannot mount my external SD card. 64gb Sandisk Ultra
That is the deal breaker for me since I use it so much.

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Originally Posted by dadecamp

Here are a couple things that are nor working for me.
Wallpaper not sticking. Get a black screen on all still wallpaper, only "live" wallpapers show.
Cannot mount my external SD card. 64gb Sandisk Ultra
That is the deal breaker for me since I use it so much.

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Ok thx for the feedback so it's at least booting^^

Do the things work in cm11?
For wallpaper it may be a overlay i removed cause of incompatibility with pa... Need to have a look. Stock launcher?
For the microsd what kind of format is it?

Could you provide logcats?

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27th March 2014, 05:27 PM   |  #7  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Elibl

Ok thx for the feedback so it's at least booting^^

Do the things work in cm11?
For wallpaper it may be a overlay i removed cause of incompatibility with pa... Need to have a look. Stock launcher?
For the microsd what kind of format is it?

Could you provide logcats?

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I confirm that for wallpaper on A700, there is a custom overlay to add, and the associate code to merge.
I have done this for 7comp, can give you the code
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27th March 2014, 06:46 PM   |  #8  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Elibl

Ok thx for the feedback so it's at least booting^^

Do the things work in cm11?
For wallpaper it may be a overlay i removed cause of incompatibility with pa... Need to have a look. Stock launcher?
For the microsd what kind of format is it?

Could you provide logcats?

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Fat32 only thing that works for me with cm11 and twrp .
I have already switched back to pacman ROM so can't get you a log, sorry.
If you get the sdcard thing fixed I will try it again.
Also, there were 2 launchers. Google and whatever the stock one was, both worked the same as far as wallpapers go.
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Originally Posted by dadecamp

Fat32 only thing that works for me with cm11 and twrp .
I have already switched back to pacman ROM so can't get you a log, sorry.
If you get the sdcard thing fixed I will try it again.

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Will have a look for sdcard...

Shreps already gave me the wallpaper fix thx for that

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28th March 2014, 05:36 PM   |  #10  
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Will have a look for sdcard...

Shreps already gave me the wallpaper fix thx for that

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Well, something else must be going on because now ext-sd card not mounting in PacMan either. Was working before and still mounted in twrp, just not in rom.

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