Guest gbosh Posted February 3, 2013 Report Share Posted February 3, 2013 (edited) ParanoidAndroid 3.15 - Hybrid UI ROM for the ZTE Crescent - Android 4.2.2[quote name='C3C0' timestamp='1359646345' post='2083806'This is my build of ParanoidAndroid that's based on AOSP 4.2.2 Since AOSP has no support for armv6 devices anymore I decided to go way of reusing all the necessary low-level system parts from CyanogenMod. Framework part (apps,settings, ...) is vanilla AOSP with PA specific features on top. Additionally, I ported some well-known must-have features from CM, like: - volume key cursor control in textfields - clear all recents - performance options (purging of assets, boostpulse, 16bpp) This is a rom in development process. ParanoidAndroid 2.99 is still in BETA stage. Therefore it is suitable for advanced users only not whining about all the well known problems or missing features. Please, don't ask where the features you may know from CM are. They are simply not there. This is AOSP PA, not CM! I might port some of the most requested ones over time, but can't promise anything since some of them require huge changes and I don't want to get out of sync with PA repos too much. There's currently no percent battery indicator at all. So don't ask where to find an option for it. After having used the initial release for some time I can safely say it's stable enough for daily use. Prerequisites - ROM fits on 200MB system partition including my stripped gapps package 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 - let it settle for couple of minutes until media scanner finishes its media scanning job. Otherwise UI might be a bit laggy. - complete google setup and press Home if there's blank screen instead of launcher showing Respect and credits go mainly to Tilal and KonstaT for doing all the dirty work to bring JellyBean to ZTE devices and the whole androidarmv6 project team, Paranoid Android team, and all the others involved. Special thanks to daemond for great patches solving the remaining issues (sound routing, HW VSYNC, video playback, ...) ] Edited April 4, 2013 by gbosh Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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