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[ROM] [ICS] [PORT] Paranoid Android - CM9

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Paranoid Android - tablet UI hybrid ROM based on CyanogenMod9

Port of C3C0's Paranoid Android build for the ZTE Skate.

More information on Paranoid Android here

Prerequisites

- ROM requires at least 200MB on system partition

Download

- ROM: http://bit.ly/NqAY8T

- Gapps tweaked for Tablet mode: http://tinyw.in/dd8B (Thanks to C3C0)

Installation instructions

- Download ROM, Gapps ZIPs to your SD card

- Boot into clockworkmod

- Backup your current ROM (optional but highly recommended)

- Wipe Data / factory reset

- Wipe cache

- Advanced / Wipe dalvik cache

- Mounts & Storage / format system (just to be sure)

- install zip from SD card - choose ROM zip

- install zip from SD card - choose Gapps zip

- reboot

Upgrade instructions - without wiping data

Note - only use this method if you are upgrading from Dazzozo's CM9 build.

- Download ROM, Gapps ZIPs to your SD card

- Boot into ClockworkMod

- Backup your current version (optional but recommended)

- Wipe cache

- Advanced / wipe dalvik cache

- Mounts&storage / format system

- install zip from SD card - choose ROM zip

- install zip from SD card - choose Gapps zip

- reboot

Credits

- C3C0 for everything. He was the one who managed to comile ParanoidAndroid although the sources were not fully released. Thanks!

- Dazzozo for his awesome port of CM9, of which this port is based upon.

- CyanogenMod Team and ParanoidAndroid Team

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Changelog

Release 1 - 15/07/2012

  • Initial Release

    Broken Stuff

    • USB Mass Storage
    • Panorama
    • Hardware decoding (Blame Qualcomm)
    • Front Camera
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Does this work on tmv and what about kernel

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Dose PA support A2SD?? and so will i need to re flash the scripts after updating from CM9 with A2SD.

Suppose it will as its based on CM9 but just wanted to be sure.

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Does this work on tmv and what about kernel

It probably won't work on tmv as I based it off the san francisco version of cm9 - I'll make a build for tmv tomorrow

Dose PA support A2SD?? and so will i need to re flash the scripts after updating from CM9 with A2SD.

Suppose it will as its based on CM9 but just wanted to be sure.

Yes, it works :)

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The ROM was really awesome man,:wub:

it's really cooler than cm9,

But there are two major issues

1. gmail forecloses after sometime from opening

2. :(major problem is that the caller can't hear my voice,i even tried it with my earphone too,

Please try to solve these issues in the next build

Keep up the good work:D

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The ROM was really awesome man,:wub:

it's really cooler than cm9,

But there are two major issues

1. gmail forecloses after sometime from opening

2. :(major problem is that the caller can't hear my voice,i even tried it with my earphone too,

Please try to solve these issues in the next build

Keep up the good work:D

This isn't really a project as far as I can gather, its more of a 'See this, take it, live with it's sort of thing. After I gather how to use the tool, I might do an update for you :)

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Looking good, nice to see another ROM for the Crescent. Is everything else working?

I'll be sure to flash it once USB storage is fixed.

Thanks

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Looking good, nice to see another ROM for the Crescent. Is everything else working?

I'll be sure to flash it once USB storage is fixed.

Thanks

Man, you've only just found this ROM? Rymate released it like a month ago!

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Yeah aha, I had no idea it even existed. Is Ry working on it still or is just gathering dust?

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Yeah aha, I had no idea it even existed. Is Ry working on it still or is just gathering dust?

Gathering dust. I've just installed Linux, and I'm learning the Tool, so I may make an Update

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Porting this is easy. Just replace pad.prop, /framework, /app, media and add 3 lines too build.prop from Blade/Skate to Daz's CM9 ROM.

You can also compile it from source..

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Porting this is easy. Just replace pad.prop, /framework, /app, media and add 3 lines too build.prop from Blade/Skate to Daz's CM9 ROM.

You can also compile it from source..

Ill give it a go... maybe ^_^
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Yeah, compiling from source isn't hard either...

Just search for ParanoidZTE at github, grab the source and learn from how we added our devices in /vendor/pa! ;)

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Yeah, compiling from source isn't hard either...

Just search for ParanoidZTE at github, grab the source and learn from how we added our devices in /vendor/pa! ;)

No chance yet, I've only just installed Linux >_< :)
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This isn't really a project as far as I can gather, its more of a 'See this, take it, live with it's sort of thing. After I gather how to use the tool, I might do an update for you :)

Yeah then whats the use of a ROM, if the Calling Function is NOT Working

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Yeah then whats the use of a ROM, if the Calling Function is NOT Working

Hey man, calm, I didn't make this, probably a porting tool error!

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I won't port it via ZTEPortingTool. I would do a framework port. Well, try ZPT at least...

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I will compile ParanoidAndroid ICS for the Crescent and post it here...

I can't test it, but it should work.

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I will compile ParanoidAndroid ICS for the Crescent and post it here...

I can't test it, but it should work.

Sounds good, I'll test it whenever it's released, I might not be on Modaco so if you do release it then send me a tweet on Twitter.

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Should I post it here or in a new thread?

I just decided to post it in a new thread.

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