[ROM] [4.4.4] [OFFICIAL] ParanoidAndroid 4.4x/4.5

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RYARNI

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and willbe possible in the future that peeks shows notifiacation always when pull it out if pocket and not only 10 seconds after recive ?

I think you're getting 'Hover' and 'Peek' mixed up my friend. Unless I'm mistaken, and I've been off here a while, Hover is for use mainly while you're in an app / looking at your phone. Peek is only for when you pull your phone out of your pocket to see what notifications you've got. These are separate features performing different jobs.
 

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Yeah... same old issue
It mainly being looked at by @aaronpoweruser and @beerbong
Other aspects of the whole hybrid experience is still being worked on, so it's not a total loss of time digging into errors.

Hopefully it will be resolved soon, PA will definitely be my main AOSP rom once it is released

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@Anu6is is it possible to make PA kernel Multirom compatible? I like the default kernel but I need to flash a custom kernel to boot into Miui as my secondary rom
 

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I think you're getting 'Hover' and 'Peek' mixed up my friend. Unless I'm mistaken, and I've been off here a while, Hover is for use mainly while you're in an app / looking at your phone. Peek is only for when you pull your phone out of your pocket to see what notifications you've got. These are separate features performing different jobs.

Actually that question is valid..See..Peek waits for you to interact with the screen for a few secs..If you do not tap on screen at that time,Then peek does not show that notification again no matter how many times phone is brought out of pocket..Only way to show old notification is if new one arrives :)
I myself wanted peek to show all pending notifications every time phone is taken out of pocket..like 'show all' option every time phone is taken out of pocket..Idea sounds cool but it would drain battery like crazy :D
 
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Just a notification to report. Latest build still causing many random reboots. Battery life has gone from 15 plus hours with 3 hours screen time to about 8 hours at 1.5 screen time.

If I revert back to 4.2 Beta 4 build from 08 April I have none of the issues mentioned above

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Did you clean install?

I installed via the PA OTA app that is with the Rom when it notified me to do so. I think it wipes dalvick and cache in the process which would be equivalent to a "dirty flash". I did not do a full wipe.

Per the install instructions that state, " PA 4+ UPDATES DO NOT NEED A FACTORY RESET." I should not have to.

Having said all that, I have been flashing that way for ages since I've been on PA Rom and have never encountered noted issues until last two beta releases.

Even with TiBu if we have to do a full wipe with every release than it's a pain in the rear and at the very least Kuhns if makes the PA OTA app useless

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I installed via the PA OTA app that is with the Rom when it notified me to do so. I think it wipes dalvick and cache in the process which would be equivalent to a "dirty flash". I did not do a full wipe.

Per the install instructions that state, " PA 4+ UPDATES DO NOT NEED A FACTORY RESET." I should not have to.

Having said all that, I have been flashing that way for ages since I've been on PA Rom and have never encountered noted issues until last two beta releases.

Even with TiBu if we have to do a full wipe with every release than it's a pain in the rear and at the very least Kuhns if makes the PA OTA app useless

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Indeed, as per instructions you don't need to do a factory reset. But I haven't come across any bugs/problems by doing a clean install for the past months. Latest beta works amazing on my phone, that's why it seems to me a bit odd when someone posts major problems.
 

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Just a notification to report. Latest build still causing many random reboots. Battery life has gone from 15 plus hours with 3 hours screen time to about 8 hours at 1.5 screen time.

If I revert back to 4.2 Beta 4 build from 08 April I have none of the issues mentioned above

Sent from my Nexus 4 using Tapatalk

I do concur. I'll full wipe and reinstall this weekend and hopefully it corrects

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Hopefully it works for you, I did a clean install with 4.3 Beta 1 and flashed Beta 2 via OTA and I have no issues
 
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    im releasing a small revision update in a couple of minutes - just to keep the dependencies up to date. pie2 is a ***** to get right but its taking form. im working on this locally so as to not split it up into a million commits again - its easier for other roms to pick up then. i used a couple of days to experiemnt with displaying statusinfos like clock and notifications while pie is not shown but i always end up with something that either doesntlook right or it downright gets in the way of something.
    the solution will be a new UI that we're building from the groundup, its called pie-strip. basically a very thin statusbar kind of thing that has pie activated by default. it displays clock, notifications, statusicons plus a ticker. it'll be just a few pixels wide. you'll be able to get to that UI via hybrid engine, systemUI will have a layout container for that, 2000p perhaps. the other UI's stay as they are, pie will also be usable in extended desktop mode of course. the 0% thing will probably go.
    i can't say exactly how long but trust me i wanna get this out as fast as possible, its just a huge chunk of code right now.
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    i made a new build for today, looked like the one that was made when i was on vacation had audio trouble? i tested this one and it seems fine.
    we'll also add maps to the gappspackage later.

    its a bit quiet right now but we're basically planing our next move. the idea is to make a massive change in our lineup and the way we handle this rom. basically we'll devide the workload into categories: tools, core, optimization, gapps, kang and relations. 4.3 or whatever comes out will probably be the beginning of a new kind of PA, it'll split into a lean/slim version and others will supply a more feature-packed variant.

    tools: we plan to fork our own tools for flashing, hoping that we can make flashing roms into something that doesn't scare away beginners. there will be tools, custom recoveries (in holo and without 10 million bull**** options), guides and we will provide things that are needed on top like radios, etc. work on OTA is almost completed aswell, it features delta updates, flashing is done by a click.

    core: jesus, aaron, yamil and i will concentrate on features. that means rebooting them all: hybrid, pac, halo, pie and everything we have done basically. they'll change visually and the goal is to kill every - remaining - bug. goal here is to produce a google android extension that will feel like android-next without compromising stability. some new ideas are floating around as well, in our heads that is.

    the other categories are clear i guess.

    biggest news is this, though:

    the entire PA team will support current gen nexus devices. nothing else. that means designers, programmers, guys who do the optimizing, they all will get the same device. it will be fundamentally different from the usual approach where one guy gets to release a rom. we see it this way, if an entire family owns the same devices we really can create something awesome here, with dedication. as opposed to just releasing stuff broken or not to have a big device catalogue. not that we did that in the past, but legacy devices kind of got in the way and right now only jesus and I own the same device.

    just a couple of scattered thoughts right now - we're discussing it day by day in our channels. in essence: we are tired of doing the rom-scene thing, we want a professional product.
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