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Yes - PA is just a few framework changes..


Would it then be possible to just make the changes by comparing the two frameworks?

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@utternoob look at the last posts in PA JB for Blade thread

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Would it then be possible to just make the changes by comparing the two frameworks?


http://github.com/ParanoidZTE

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Complete noob here, don't have a half decent Linux machine to compile on, so what should I be looking at?

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Complete noob here, don't have a half decent Linux machine to compile on, so what should I be looking at?


What XMasterNinni said. Sorry.

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It is important to be supportive of the Arabic language


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It is important to be supportive of the Arabic language

<br /><br />Arabic will only be included if the original ROM maker put it in. <br /><br />Factors are:<br /><br />1. ROM size. Including another font, more dictionaries can take up some considerable space.<br /><br />2. If the original ROM dev doesn&#39;t use Arabic, then the likelihood is that they won&#39;t include it.<br /><br />Both these factors stand for any language that doesn&#39;t use Roman Characters (except Chinese and Japanese)<br /><br /><br />

Edited by razzmataz1478, 26 September 2012 - 02:47 PM.

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It is important to be supportive of the Arabic language


Don't care.

To be perfectly honest, the amount of people using this ROM who actually speak Arabic is very slim. If it's added somewhere upstream, then sure, you'll have it. But we're not adding it specifically.

Making your requests in big bold red letters isn't exactly subtle, by the way.

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I think that custom roms do support Arabic , especially the recent roms .

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Can't you just copy RTL-support from other roms that supportDr it. I often copy latinime.apk from official cm roms like crespo (nexus s) for Dutch support.

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Can't you just copy RTL-support from other roms that supportDr it. I often copy latinime.apk from official cm roms like crespo (nexus s) for Dutch support.


Ah, good point. I didn't realize CM modified latinime.apk.

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OK, I'm having all sorts of problems- S2E not mounting, Link2SD getting EPIPE errors and Titanium Backup reporting no Hypershell even though hypershell is present, ad infinitum. Not sure what it is, but I loved the paranoid experience and am sad to have to leave it to go back to gingerbread :shudder: OK well :/

By the way, the rom was really nice, smooth and stable too! I'd use it if I wasn't hard pressed for space

Edited by JetKun, 28 September 2012 - 08:41 PM.

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whats the news on this build ?

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whats the news on this build ?


Lalit isn't working on it anymore. Check the progress on this build instead.

http://www.modaco.co...updated-101012/

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Hi , I have installed this rom, as all the cm10 rom of yours, the Gallery doesn't show the photos on sdcard, and Music player doesn't show the songs too, I noticed that the sdcard is mounted as '/storage/sdcard0', and there's two symlink '/mnt/sdcard' and '/sdcard' to it, but in cm9, the sdcard is mounted as '/mnt/sdcard' and a symlink '/sdcard' to it , so I think the promble maybe here, I changed it in init.skate.rc, but when I reboot, the init.skate.rc restored to the original, how can I do with this? thx.

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