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All D2LTE AOSPA-legacy builds have been unified and have been consolidated into a single thread.
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The Paranoid Android team tries very hard to create new and exciting features, while remaining faithful the the AOSP design philosophy and aesthetic. They are responsible for many noteworthy features over the last couple years that are now commonplace in many other ROMs. They continue to improve on their ideas with new and more intuitive features in the latest iterations of their work.

Notable Features:
  • Pie Controls
  • Halo (Discontinued - Replaced by Hover)
  • Hybrid Properties (Per-App DPI settings) - Not yet implemented in current PA builds. It is planned for the future.

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The AOSPA Legacy team needs your support!

They are trying to upgrade the build servers to be able to support more devices. It is not a requirement, but they would very much appreciate any help you can give. Please click the link below if you would like to contribute.
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AOSPA Team, AOSPA Legacy Team, Google/AOSP Project, CyanogenMod, and any others I'm fogetting.
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Disclaimer:

I am not affiliated with the official Paranoid Android teams (AOSPA/AOSPAL). I maintain this thread with permission from Ayysir (Andre Saddler), who maintains the official builds for our device.

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6th June 2014, 09:40 PM |#2  
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Latest Changelog:

Paranoid Android 4.4 BETA 1 (June 04 2014)

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IMPORTANT: It is strongly recommended to do a clean flash when updating to PA 4.4 BETA 1 or later from any earlier version!

Main
Goo

PA GApps

Installation Instructions:
  1. Update Recovery
  2. Factory Reset (wipe data)
  3. Install Rom
  4. Install Gapps (optional)
  5. Reboot
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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Can I "dirty flash" updates to Paranoid Android?
A: Usually, yes! I will try to make a special note next to the download section when clean flashes are recommended, however I am not perfect and may forget. Please always read the information in the latest Changelog to avoid any hassle.

Q: The Paranoid OTA app says my gapps need updated. Is this really necessary?
A: Nope! Google Apps are automatically updated via the Play Store, and therefore do not need to be updated manually. Additionally, if "dirty flashing" a new version, Paranoid Android automatically backs up Google Apps and restores them, so they are not necessary. However, when clean flashing (if you manually wiped the system partition), it is recommended that you use the latest gapps from the Paranoid OTA app.
6th June 2014, 09:52 PM |#4  
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First ...part one hahaha

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I finished fleshing out the OP.

Please make sure to PM me if I missed anything, or if you have any suggestions for the thread.

Stay Paranoid!
7th June 2014, 02:20 AM |#6  
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I love how stable AOSPA has been for me in the past. I've had the least amount of issues running it. Only thing I would love to see is quiet hours built in like CM11 and notifications on the lock screen like Carbon. Other than that, I can't wait for 4.4.3 to come out.

One thing I want to point out before it does come out is CM11 is having an issue with aftermarket kernels when it comes to changing the LED; it causes Settings to FC. Now on Ayysir's builds this never worked but if someone else were to attempt this, maybe they can look into that before syncing with CM11 and releasing the next version?
7th June 2014, 02:37 AM |#7  
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I'm having no trouble with lean kernel 9.7
7th June 2014, 03:49 AM |#8  
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I haven't really used PA a lot, but I've always liked it. (My devices were always crappy, unsupported devices) Does PA usually support lockscreen notifications, like PAC-man does?
7th June 2014, 04:23 AM |#9  
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Originally Posted by ibawanzingee

I haven't really used PA a lot, but I've always liked it. (My devices were always crappy, unsupported devices) Does PA usually support lockscreen notifications, like PAC-man does?

Not officially, but there are apps on the app store that do this.

Here is a popular one (free version, paid offers more features): https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ock.knock.demo
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I dirty flashed from the previous build and had no issues. However, my friend clean flashed and did not have a keyboard. We had to flash the previous build and then dirty flash the new one. The MD5 sums of the ROM and GApps were both correct.
7th June 2014, 01:38 PM |#11  
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Where do to go to change your answers to those, "ask me again later", questions?

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