PACMan ROM Appears on the MyTouch 4G Slide
One of the newest AOSP kangs making its way around the forums has become pretty popular. Known as PACman, it’s already been released for a number of devices. As it is a combination of a number of already available AOSP ROMs, users can expect its spread to continue. It is now available for the MyTouch 4G Slide.
As with the others released in the series, users can expect the best of CyanogenMod, AOKP, and ParanoidAndroid in this ROM. XDA Senior Member mattlowry released the ROM, and it’s pretty complete. There are no outstanding issues reported thus far, and users agree that it’s a pretty stable and solid ROM. Of course, that doesn’t mean that there are no issues—just that there are no big ones.
In addition, mattlowry has also added a number of useful tips and a FAQ for users new to the PACman experience. This includes which ROM settings control which things, and how to use ParanoidAndroid settings to change things like Global and SystemUI Density. Lastly, included are tutorials on how to grab dmesg, logcat, and how to find wake locks. So along with a full ROM experience, are full instructions on how to use it and how to report bugs.
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