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

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M1rr0r

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My phone has upgraded twice this morning 4.6-Beta3 (20141201) and then 4.6-Beta3 (20141202) both of which seem to have broken the Theaming Engine and the Notification bar show's no icons, or Settings buttons when I (try to) switch over to that section. Only way to get into the settings is by the App Drawer, then the Back/Home buttons don't work!.

Going back to 4.6-Beta2 for now! :(

Same problem!! Disaster both versions on Nexus 4! Crash, reboot, and many lags. But they sure are Paranoid guys who will solve everything.
 
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Same problem!! Disaster both versions on Nexus 4! Crash, reboot, and many lags. But they sure are Paranoid guys who will solve everything.







Even going back to Beta2 didn't repair anything!! :( It was almost a Brick... Very Borked!!

I'm back on KitKat Stock at the moment! :(

I can assure you that beta 3 by itself did not cause these issues. Something in your setup caused them.

Perform a clean fresh flash.

#stayparanoid
 

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Open your eyes and pull down quick toggles menu.
Earthen Ring Farseer said:
"my eyes are open"

:)

ther's no pi, only immersive ! i enable it, it only makes the status bar and navigbar hidden, + if its anywhere i don't know how to change it's buttons or color!

+ google apps are black :( i don't like this

also theres no hybird setting and other stuff, i feel like the old pa was better !
 
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:)

ther's no pi, only immersive ! i enable it, it only makes the status bar and navigbar hidden, + if its anywhere i don't know how to change it's buttons or color!

+ google apps are black :( i don't like this
First disable immersive mode, second in Backup and Restore into Settings Menu reset Pie control preferences and try to enable immersive mode and make your choice.
 

Glaux

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Is there some kind of script that can automate all the post-ROM-install tasks (remove unnecessary stock apps, reactivate root access for apps that need it, etc.)? Updates are pretty frequent, which is great, but I find myself doing that menial cleanup more often than I'd like.
 

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Is there some kind of script that can automate all the post-ROM-install tasks (remove unnecessary stock apps, reactivate root access for apps that need it, etc.)? Updates are pretty frequent, which is great, but I find myself doing that menial cleanup more often than I'd like.

As everyone will be different in what apps and permissions they want back after a clean flash, I doubt it. But would be worth seeing what you can do, or looking on the interwebz, for what Tasker + Titanium back up can do for removing stock apps. Titanium is just what I would normally use to remove things like Google+ / Google play Games etc etc.

Permissions for root access with tasker, not so sure about.
 

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option to select old recents gone

I know i can reset preferences from backup & reset but this time i am unable to switch recent apps view to old recents..
after resetting the preferences there is no option to select the option of card stack or old recents
 

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I know i can reset preferences from backup & reset but this time i am unable to switch recent apps view to old recents..
after resetting the preferences there is no option to select the option of card stack or old recents

it works for me.
have you flashed fixed 4.6 beta 3 build? if so, try clearing the cache (wipe cache partition in recovery under wipe>advanced wipe) and then going to b&r menu

Is there some kind of script that can automate all the post-ROM-install tasks (remove unnecessary stock apps, reactivate root access for apps that need it, etc.)? Updates are pretty frequent, which is great, but I find myself doing that menial cleanup more often than I'd like.

you dont have to wipe the old system with every build, just flash it over the previous one - its the same rom so it should be fine more than not (that way disabled apps will remain disabled, given root permissions will remain given, app privacy and all other settings will also remain unchanged, so you wont need to do it every time)

:)

ther's no pi, only immersive ! i enable it, it only makes the status bar and navigbar hidden, + if its anywhere i don't know how to change it's buttons or color!

+ google apps are black :( i don't like this

also theres no hybird setting and other stuff, i feel like the old pa was better !

pie is automatically enabled once you enable immersive (first time you enable immersive you will be asked if you'd like to use pie too,in case you previously pressed "NO", then go to settings>backup&reset>reset preferences, tick "pie controls" and click "ok", then go enable immersive once more, but this time press "YES")

also gapps arent black, each one has individual theme by default, but you can change rom themes and by doing that skinned apps will change skins (if the theme has them skinned, that is)
 
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Glaux

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As everyone will be different in what apps and permissions they want back after a clean flash, I doubt it. But would be worth seeing what you can do, or looking on the interwebz, for what Tasker + Titanium back up can do for removing stock apps. Titanium is just what I would normally use to remove things like Google+ / Google play Games etc etc.

Permissions for root access with tasker, not so sure about.
I already use Titanium, but it's still a pain to manually remove the apps every time, and I haven't found a way to automate it. I'll look into Tasker though.

you dont have to wipe the old system with every build, just flash it over the previous one - its the same rom so it should be fine more than not (that way disabled apps will remain disabled, given root permissions will remain given, app privacy and all other settings will also remain unchanged, so you wont need to do it every time)
You misread my post—I don't do a factory reset when I flash a new version, so all user apps and settings are kept. What's not kept are all the changes you need root access to make, which means stock apps I remove come back, and apps with root access have to be reset, and you do have to do it every time.
 
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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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